Normandie Alliance

★★★★★
33.0101 -96.8459
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972-306-2400

3920 Rosemeade Pkwy, Suite 100

Dallas, TX

75287

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Normandy Alliance is our home away from home. Perfect crepes, beef Burgoyne, and atmosphere. Bring your own wine for a perfect evening. Crystal and Gilles make your dinner fresh, and you will think that you are at a cafe in France.

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Normandy Alliance is our home away from home. Perfect crepes, beef Burgoyne, and atmosphere. Bring your own wine for a perfect evening. Crystal and Gilles make your dinner fresh, and you will think that you are at a cafe in France.

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I've been there twice and ordered two different types of crepes. I ordered the mixed berry crepe and the banana chocolate crepe. Chef Gilles's crepes are very thin and delicate. Also, they're made of all natural and organic ingredients. They're much better than the crepes at IHOP. Most of all, in contrast to all the other overpriced French restaurants, Normandie Alliance is reasonably priced. A French crepe costs $3 to $6 there depending on what you order.

Although I did not order the following dishes, Chef Gilles did give me a small sample of each; carrot soup, zucchini goat cheese soup, and quiche. The carrot soup was sweet and creamy. It did not have solid chunks of carrots in it. It is a creamed carrot soup. If you like a sweet soup, you will like his carrot soup. The zucchini goat cheese soup only had a hint of goatiness. If a goaty (musky) flavor is O.K. with you, then you'll like it. The quiche is very strongly flavored with garlic. If you like garlic, then you'll love his quiche.

Although his other dishes are good, I LOVE his crepes. I will order crepes every time I go in the future. I may try his beef stew or ratatouille on a future visit, though. I really like a good French beef stew but I've yet to sample one ever since Chez Gerard closed. Also, I've wanted to try a ratatouille ever since I saw the movie Ratatouille, but I haven't found any other French restaurants in Dallas that served ratatouille.

ATMOSPHERE
They have an outside wooden deck overlooking a fountain and creek. It is a most pleasant dining experience during nice fall weather like we are having now.

SERVICE
Everybody is really concerned with your dining experience. The chef himself will come out to greet you and ask how you liked your meal if it is your first time in his restaurant. They don't have 3 man waiter teams like they have at the more expensive restaurants, but service is reasonably quick and they are genuinely concerned with your dining experience.

CONCLUSION
There may be better French restaurants out there. However, you will not find a better crepe and there are no other reasonably priced French restaurants that serve tasty, yet healthy dishes made only from all natural, organic ingredients. Also, they are BYOB, so instead of buying overpriced restaurant wine, you may bring your own tasty budget wine. Normandie Alliance is not haute cuisine. It is good French home cooking. This is not a "jackets required" restaurant. Normandie Alliance is a "good times guaranteed" restaurant. I've gone there twice in the past three days. That's what a good time I had there. That's how affordable they are. I eat out every day and Normandie Alliance has earned a permanent place in my weekly rotation.

If you are craving crepes, then go to Normandie Alliance. You cannot find a better crepe than Chef Gilles's crepes. If you want a romantic meal for a reasonable price on a miniature River Seine right here in Dallas, then look no further than Normandie Alliance. Normandie Alliance is your one hour Parisian vacation, right here in Dallas. Bon apetite!

5
★★★★★

FOOD
I've been there twice and ordered two different types of crepes. I ordered the mixed berry crepe and the banana chocolate crepe. Chef Gilles's crepes are very thin and delicate. Also, they're made of all natural and organic ingredients. They're much better than the crepes at IHOP. Most of all, in contrast to all the other overpriced French restaurants, Normandie Alliance is reasonably priced. A French crepe costs $3 to $6 there depending on what you order.

Although I did not order the following dishes, Chef Gilles did give me a small sample of each; carrot soup, zucchini goat cheese soup, and quiche. The carrot soup was sweet and creamy. It did not have solid chunks of carrots in it. It is a creamed carrot soup. If you like a sweet soup, you will like his carrot soup. The zucchini goat cheese soup only had a hint of goatiness. If a goaty (musky) flavor is O.K. with you, then you'll like it. The quiche is very strongly flavored with garlic. If you like garlic, then you'll love his quiche.

Although his other dishes are good, I LOVE his crepes. I will order crepes every time I go in the future. I may try his beef stew or ratatouille on a future visit, though. I really like a good French beef stew but I've yet to sample one ever since Chez Gerard closed. Also, I've wanted to try a ratatouille ever since I saw the movie Ratatouille, but I haven't found any other French restaurants in Dallas that served ratatouille.

ATMOSPHERE
They have an outside wooden deck overlooking a fountain and creek. It is a most pleasant dining experience during nice fall weather like we are having now.

SERVICE
Everybody is really concerned with your dining experience. The chef himself will come out to greet you and ask how you liked your meal if it is your first time in his restaurant. They don't have 3 man waiter teams like they have at the more expensive restaurants, but service is reasonably quick and they are genuinely concerned with your dining experience.

CONCLUSION
There may be better French restaurants out there. However, you will not find a better crepe and there are no other reasonably priced French restaurants that serve tasty, yet healthy dishes made only from all natural, organic ingredients. Also, they are BYOB, so instead of buying overpriced restaurant wine, you may bring your own tasty budget wine. Normandie Alliance is not haute cuisine. It is good French home cooking. This is not a "jackets required" restaurant. Normandie Alliance is a "good times guaranteed" restaurant. I've gone there twice in the past three days. That's what a good time I had there. That's how affordable they are. I eat out every day and Normandie Alliance has earned a permanent place in my weekly rotation.

If you are craving crepes, then go to Normandie Alliance. You cannot find a better crepe than Chef Gilles's crepes. If you want a romantic meal for a reasonable price on a miniature River Seine right here in Dallas, then look no further than Normandie Alliance. Normandie Alliance is your one hour Parisian vacation, right here in Dallas. Bon apetite!

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One of my new favorites. They opened this summer and had some kinks at first with their service and finding their niche of being authentic European/french while also serving the market. They have really come into their own in only a few months. They got a good review in the Dallas Morning News newspaper and have a really nice patio and I think both those factors got enough people to try them and once you try their food, you can get hooked quickly. We went there a few times after they opened in the summer and the food was very good. It is hard if not impossible to find good authentic, fresh, french sandwiches and crepes in the Dallas area and Normandie Alliance definitely has those covered. They also have really good soups and desserts.We loved the food and location (it is very convenient near the Tollway and 190) but weren't completely sold until our last visit. We went there on a Friday night, brought a bottle of wine (it is BYOB) and sat on the outside deck. The weather was perfect, there is a fountain in the canal behind the patio, and the service was spot on and a big improvement. I am glad they opened and I just don't know another place where you can get that atmosphere and quality of food for the price. So you can count us as Normandie Alliance converts and we love it as one of our new favorites.

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One of my new favorites. They opened this summer and had some kinks at first with their service and finding their niche of being authentic European/french while also serving the market. They have really come into their own in only a few months. They got a good review in the Dallas Morning News newspaper and have a really nice patio and I think both those factors got enough people to try them and once you try their food, you can get hooked quickly. We went there a few times after they opened in the summer and the food was very good. It is hard if not impossible to find good authentic, fresh, french sandwiches and crepes in the Dallas area and Normandie Alliance definitely has those covered. They also have really good soups and desserts.We loved the food and location (it is very convenient near the Tollway and 190) but weren't completely sold until our last visit. We went there on a Friday night, brought a bottle of wine (it is BYOB) and sat on the outside deck. The weather was perfect, there is a fountain in the canal behind the patio, and the service was spot on and a big improvement. I am glad they opened and I just don't know another place where you can get that atmosphere and quality of food for the price. So you can count us as Normandie Alliance converts and we love it as one of our new favorites.

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