C'est toujours compliqué de parler d'un restaurant français à l'étranger. En ce qui concerne l'atelier, une salle bien agencée complétée...更多
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This restaurant seems to be trapped in the 1970s.The decor, ambiance, and cuisine are very dated. The food is prepared well but is simply boring. The wine list is extensive...but very expensive, with few moderate priced choices. The chef has just opened a new restaurant...更多
We've been here on multiple occasions both for dinner and lunch and never dissapointed. Always high quality french influenced food. This would always be a good place to visit in Boulder
L'Atelier is the restaurant of a talented chef who is now planning to have a restaurant in Denver and Boulder, I believe. My last dinner at the restaurant in Boulder suggests that his attention is on the one in Denver only. I had the lobster...更多
This is an excellent restaurant that my wife and i have been enjoying on our annual visit to Boulder for the past 15 years. We were there last week for our usual good dinner. Four of us shared one order of steak tartare and one...更多
Interesting menu, delicious food and wine, very nice ambience, consistently excellent. Service can be a bit spotty. In my three trips to this restaurant that I find serves the best food in Boulder, my waiters have ranged from superb to verging on haughty.
I was in this restaurant several times and tried many different menu items. I liked everything that I tried very much. Their deserts are to die for!
We have dined in L'Atleier a few times in the past 2 years in Boulder & usually enjoyed the 'fine dining" experience & food. On this occasion it was without doubt the worst dining experience we have had in Boulder. We ordered champagne with our...更多
In the ever-changing Pearl St eatery landscape, L'Atelier has been a standout for over a decade. Hadn't been here in...更多