We have been reviewed numerous times over the years by restaurant goers and magazines. We are proud of our culinary traditions and the craftsmanship of our food. It is a pleasure to serve the Tucson community and to get another great review overall. Check out the full review from the Tucson Weekly. Here are some highlights:
“Detail in preparation is where the chefs at Le Rendez-Vous shine.”
“Entrées were, for the most part, executed with impeccable precision and excellent flavor.”
“Dessert also shines at Le Rendez-Vous.”
“The escargots were hot, buttery and tender, without being chewy. Frog legs (we opted for the $5.50 bistro small plate) were thoroughly cooked and very moist. The trio de champignons ($11)—wild mushrooms and brie baked in puff pastry with a red wine and butter sauce—was gooey, melty, cheesy goodness.”
“The beef Wellington was absolute melt-in-your-mouth perfection, and on our second visit, Ted chose the evening’s special, a lamb porterhouse ($28), which was nicely seasoned and perfectly medium-rare.”
On the first visit, we shared a charlotte verrine ($7), a lovely, creamy mousse-like dish with ladyfingers and fruit, which ended the meal with a nice light note. It was the total opposite of the Grand Marnier soufflé ($10, and you need to order while you’re still enjoying your meal, as it takes more time to bake), which was incredibly rich, but delicious.”
What are your favorite Le Rendez-Vous dishes?
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