With a combination of delicious food, great wines and a real ambience, Café Rouge has embodied the style and je ne sais quoi of French dining since it opened way back in 1989.<br/>Now with over 90 sites across the country it's just the place to mull over the morning papers with a cafe au lait and a croissant, pop in for a spot of lunch, share a post-work drink or relax over an evening meal.<br/>The menu covers a range of French classics from croques and baguettes, ideal for a quick and easy snack, to more substantial fare such as steak frites and boeuf bourguignon. Likewise, the wines are predominately French; many made by lesser known producers, and provide the perfect accompaniment to the food on offer.<br/>No hassle, no rush, no skinny- decaff-double-shot-to-go, just a vibrant atmosphere that moves with your moods throughout the day.
I really enjoyed the French cuisine at Cafe Rouge. I wanted to take my girlfriend out and I picked this place. My date was perfect and I give some credit to the dinner.
The atmospere was really nice, food was just awesome - well cooked but we needed to wait until they serve it even though there wasn't so many people.
I am so glad that I could book a table trough their site because that...more
This place just reeks like chainy-god-awfulness...and unfortunately the staff has just the same non-caring attitude. I mean, I never expect that my appearance (or the appearance of any customer) should make the wait staff go gaga, but what I felt at Cafe Rouge in Highgate was just plain non-caring. I mean, everyone was nice enough, but at no point did I have the feeling that my presence and my...more
Fantastic steaks! friendly service a little pricy but worth it I would recommend this to anyone! they also do mint tea whitchmore
There's little that is original and exciting about Cafe Rouge, chain Frenchy with the generic French menu of Baguettes and frites, salad nicoise, croissants, cafe au lait and citron presse. But it's consistent and easy, calm and these days a little retro and the scene for a lunchtime catch up with an old friend. Us: two late twenties artists, talking shop and relationships, travel and art. By...more