Louis Le Francais

French Restaurant
133 E Market St, New Albany, IN 47150 133 E Market St, New Albany Directions
+18129441222
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good pate
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The service was the worst I have ever seen anywhere at any price. The people that were working there were not working. The food was OK but the service was so bad and miss guided. We were there for over 3 hours but is seemed like 6 hours.
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This was not a good experience , first we were told they no longer taken groupon and some story of their face book being hacked and attorneys were involved , but Betty the hostess talked to Louie and he agreed to take the Groupon cause they would talk to the attorney on Tuesday ! OK very uncomfortable situation! Food was so so certainly would want to pay full price .
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very pleasant experience. Lamb Chops were good. Filet Mignon was tasty
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Very nice place! You'll want to eat there, so you can relax in the good atmosphere and enjoy the food.
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first visit, pretty expensive, chicken dish seemed to be dry. Probably won't return.
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Food and service awesome
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Make a reservation
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They only have one high chair, so be sure to double confirm if you need it!
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Food is cooked to order. The preparation takes time, but it is worth it!
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From Our Editors

Louis le Français means "Louis the Frenchman," and it refers to the restaurant's chef Louis Retailleau, whose successful decades in the industry have taken him across the globe. A biographical feature with Food and Dining magazine traces his story from the rural French village of Miradoux and an apprenticeship at a local charcuterie to French Navy kitchens in Morocco. After cooking at Chicago's John Hancock Tower, Louis started his own restaurants in Illinois and Indiana, including Louis' Bon Appetit, which dazzled Crown Point palates for thirty years.

Though his broad landscape of experience informs his cooking approach, it also allows it to evolve. Adhering to a value system that is distinctly French, Louis centers meals on freshness, relaxed tempos, and simplicity of flavor. That approach invites his ingredients' natural greatness to shine. Amid black and white photos of French landmarks and the nightly music of live guitar players, diners here savor authentic, simplicity-focused plates of beef Bourguignon, ratatouille, seafood bouillabaisse, and cassoulet brimming with duck confit.

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