627 High St, Worthington, OH 43085
Phone: (614) 488-1856
La Chatelaine French Bistro & Bakery
La Chatelaine French Bakery and Bistro
La Chatelaine French Bakery
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Cuisines: Caterers, French, European, Bakeries, Continental
Price Range : Average
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This was my first visit here and I thought the food was average at best...the dessert was disappointing...and the service was terrible. It was almost like we were infringing on their breaktime...first and last time for me dining here. If I want authentic French Food I'll go to Alex's Bistro or L'antibles. Seriously....if you love French Food don't waste your time or money here. Spend the extra money on Authentic French Cuisine.
12/20/2008Provided by Citysearch -
We came for a Holiday Family Brunch and was met by Grinch! The server sounded irritated explaining items. I was embarrassed to be treated so mean for nothing. We didn't see the ""No Blacks Allowed"" Sign. The experience had me sick on the stomach, I couldn't enjoy my meal. How do you run a restaurant making a difference in how you treat people?
12/31/2007Provided by Citysearch -
We recently hosted a rehearsal dinner the night before my son's wedding. As we live in Cincinnati , we arranged this mostly by long distance. We made many phone calls about table arrangements, room sizes and menu items and everyone who answered the phone was pleasant and helpful.They strove to make the evening enjoyable and stress free for all. The food was excellent from soup through dessert . The cost was reasonable and the atmosphere warm and inviting. We would recommend La Chatelaine to anyone be it dinner for 1 or 35. Our guests throughly enjoyed the evening!
12/08/2007Provided by Citysearch -
There's no where else in town dedicated to simpler French food, but for pastries I would send you to Whole Foods or my wife's and for food I would eat at Bon Vie for a better experience since the food at La Chatelaine is not really French either and at least you will have a good quality and service at Bon Vie.
01/13/2007Provided by Citysearch -
This restaurant has beautiful display cases of food, but unfortunately it's all over priced. I went for French Onion Soup (somewhere between $5-7), which did _not_ come with cheese baked over the top and a good peice of bread soggy in the bottom. Instead I had to pay $1.50 extra for a little palstic cup or cheese and a couple croutons. I wasn't even very impressed with how it tasted, as my neighbor makes better in his own kitchen.
09/01/2006Provided by Citysearch -
It's obvious that the owner thinks more of himself than his customers. The restaurant lost our party of 20 reservations (that one of the empoyees had already called us prior to confirm). No apologies or even concern was expressed. When we expressed our dissatisfaction (while calmly discussing the matter) he announced to the entire restaurant that he was a great owner of a restaurant for 25 years and that he wanted us to leave! Many people were traveling in from out of town to celebrate my sisters wedding at this restaurant and he simply didnt care. We went next door to the Worthington Inn and enjoyed much better food, service, and ambiance.