Cyrano et Roxane is a special place with excellent dishes. A combination of traditional French recipes and family atmosphere gives foodies a taste of sophisticated French cuisine.
In the hubbub of famous Bohaterów Monte Cassino Street, there is a cosy French restaurant, Cyrano et Roxane. It was named after the hero of Edmond Rostand’s comedy Cyrano de Bergerac. It’s a warm, congenial place with a touch of French sophistication. French cuisine, exquisite and inaccessible to some people, in the hands of the experts from Cyrano et Roxane, turns into a family meal in a roadside French inn.
It’s no coincidence as the owner of the restaurant, Marc Petit, a Frenchman from Bergerac located in historical Gascony, makes dishes to family recipes passed down from one generation to another. Thus, in Cyrano et Roxane, foie gras and duck leg confit have a unique taste as the recipe has been brought to perfection by successive Petit family generations. The same with the selection of wine imported from small, family-run vineyards in southern France, including Bergerac, Bordeaux and the Southern Rhone Valley. It can be said that they come from the owner’s friends. The menu includes about 50 types of wine, and Marc Petit and professional waiters offer advice as to food and wine pairing. Wine served in Cyrano et Roxane matches both the dish ordered and the individual taste of the customer. Besides, not only wine, but also most ingredients are brought from France, which guarantees a uniquely French taste of dishes, impossible to recreate with substitutes.
Everyone will find something to their liking here. The restaurant offers a wide range of appetizers, including boards with pâté, ham and French cheese, as well as meat and fish dishes. There are also special dishes for vegetarians and vegans available. The price of a main course is between PLN 39 and 70.