Hadn't been in a while, but it's still a wonderful place. Dan and Holly have kept their high standards using local fresh ingredients, a menu that showcases what's in season, and friendly professional service
We have eaten here many times over the years due to the quality of deliciously prepared food, variety of seasonal dishes and changing menu, nice selection of wines, friendly owners, and efficient service. We have enjoyed their meatball night and recently tried their fried chicken night. The fried chicken, honeyed cornbread and Asian slaw were outstanding. The gnocchi were delicious as well. This time the services was less than acceptable. The waitress was not focused and just babbled on a bit much for us. We chose a wine that she recommended and said it was Greek but as it turns out was actually Spanish Basque which was fine since it was light and very tasty. When the check arrived our friend has just placed his credit and before we could place our credit card she had taken the check away and returned with the Square. She said she would cancel our friend's charge and redo the bill so it would be evenly split. Not sure if our respective bills were recharged correctly.
Excellent halibut and octopus dishes. Fried chicken was just ok. Went early so easy street parking. Great upscale neighborhood find.
Was well-prepared food with French - American flare but lacked the quality given the somewhat high pricing - came to about $75/person including tip with 1 glass of wine and shared desert - food was good but a bit high in price
Very mediocre food with a menu that has not changed in 10 years. Bad wine list with very small pours per glass.
Delicious artichoke soup and orchietta pasta seasoned perfectly. The flourless chocolate cake was perfect as well. We also ordered the fish which was also delicious. My only suggestion would be to not ask a guest to scoot in to accommodate another guest directly in back. It was a case of tables too close that should be placed further apart. Still wonderfully presented dinner!
We've been going here for special occasions for over 10 years, the food, service and overall value for what you get is tremendous. This is truly one of the few world class restaurants in Marin County.
For the price the portion sizes are ridiculously small. The flavor of the gnocchi was very good but the steak was very under seasoned. Looked around and not everyone looked contempt with their meals, so good to know it wasn't just me. Overall wouldn't go back or recommend it. You will find better food in less pretentious restaurants.
The dining room is very small, and there were too very large parties going on---one of about 10 people and the other of at least 15. The noise level was almost unbearable. We won't go there again on a Saturday night---maybe not even on a Friday.
Class and elegance, best restaurant in Marin.
Food was not well prepared and overly expensive. It tasted like it had been made days before it was served. I am sad because I used to like this restaurant but the past two experiences have been dreadful
Marche aux Fleurs had been our favorite restaraunt for special occasions for years. The food and staff are excellent.
We love this place!
Warm, friendly, knowable staff, they make you feel like family! And the food is wonderful.
The owner/hostess helped patrons that were clearly regulars before us even though we were there first waiting to be helped. We were then sat at a four top even though we were just two and then asked to move to a two top in the middle of the dining room right next to a party of 20 people. We said we didn't want to be by the large party and wanted to stay at the table we were originally sat at and they said we had to move. I am a event planner at a restaurant and if any of my staff ever did this to our patrons they would be written up. Totally unprofessional, clearly this restaurant is not interested in customer service but only profits.
We love this neighborhood restaurant and always have great food, but their New Year’s Eve Prix Fixe menu was so awful, my husband and I were shocked. The service was great, as usual, but the food bordered on inedible. So disappointing.
One of the five best restaurants in Marin. Consistently high quality and flavorful food with beautiful presentation. Holly is a delight in front of the house and Dan cooks like a master. Always excellent.
Great food, atmosphere, service in a wonderful, off the beaten path location. Great for special event or every day.
Always love going here and do not do so enough !
I loved the gnocchi and the mushrooms as well as my salad of escarole and beets.
Very good and fresh.
This is an upscale restaurant in an upscale neighborhood. It’s charm is that it’s family owned and run by a married couple with children who work hard to keep it going. My husband’s been going here for years, and had fond memories of bringing his daughter’s, so we reserved a table for a larger party/special occasion to celebrate. The table they gave us was situated near the door and was chilly. There was no linen (like the rest of the tables) and felt a bit bare. But the real disappointment was that our server completely missed the mark and forgot us repeatedly so that we had to flag her down to ask for basic things. She apologized nicely - each time- but it really brought the vibe way down. Later, when we sent a private message to the owners to let them know, they were curt and offered to refund us for a desert. It was weird. Anywho, the food was good - not amazing- and the place is fine. Probably won’t go again.
Had a wonderful table in the corner and had a delicious meal. Only drawback was the$4.00 charge For a taste of wine and then another $16.00 for the glass I bought after I liked the taste. Seems ripe off -ish but the rest of existence was very good ,
I have dined outside here and enjoyed it immensely but dining inside in December is less appealing-too noisy. It was a busy Friday night and our waitress handled the table and our spilled wine with grace. The crab hors d’ouerve was not up to the sales pitch. Everything else was good.
Care to the details, excellent food and service
We are lucky to have such a wonderful, delicious, local restaurant nearby. If we get a night out away from the kids, this our is spot...no question
My favorite local resturant. The food is eclxcellent, space is nice and the owners are caring/personable. This place is a serious gem.
As usual, Holly and Dan the ever gracious hosts delivered a delicious meal in a friendly and comfortable setting. Tonight they held a fund raiser for a food repurposing organization called ExtraFood and they donated a percentage of the evening’s checks. We started with an avocado toast that was so fresh tasting and vibrant. My wife had the Halibut and I had the Duck confit and we couldn’t stop raving about our dishes. My wife always gets the warm chocolate cake and as it’s so delicious that she’s reluctant to share. Like Holly and Dan, the rest of the staff is warm and knowledgeable about the dinner and the wines.
The food & service was excellent
I so wanted to love this local restaurant. It is a charming space with outdoor dining in the summer that looked lovely. Unfortunately, the food did not live up to the ambiance. The cauliflower soup was so bland it was almost inedible. I had to add a lot of salt and pepper for it to taste better than paste. The gnocchi were overcooked as so many place do. The noise level was deafening--I can usually hear in any restaurant but found myself straining to hear both of my guests. It is unlikely I will be back very soon.
Excellent food (try their meatballs! Wednesdays only), charming atmosphere, excellent service. Our server went above and beyond to accommodate dietary issues. Love this place.
Nice evening weather wise so we sat outside & loved it. Neat spot for some really good food.
Marche Au Fleur is a fantastic restaurant! The food is fabulous, the service is excellent and you will not find a better restaurant in the Bay Area.
Food was not good. Burger was just ok and soup was terrible. Drinks were not delivered until after food arrived and we asked again for them. And then they were still slow in coming. Restaurant said they were sold out of burgers when we were ordering but then 15 minutes later said three were available for the next table.
The food wasn’t unique or special despite the high prices. The service was attentive, but unprofessional. Don’t plan to visit again.
Nice ambiance and a well presented menu yet their was no "wow" with the dishes we had. Octopus was well cooked and tasty yet it was served with way too spicy (harissa) beans and veggies that overshadowed the octopus. Bacon wrapped dates were very good but just 3 dates!? Come on. Cauliflower soup was good as was the halibut. Good but not very good. Too small list of wines by the glass (6 total). Those choices were well made and paired nicely with the dishes. Servings were quite small and prices high ($30-40 per entre).
Lastly the service was spotty. They appeared under staffed. Server had to be reminded twice about a few things. Wine glass was empty for 10 minutes with no one checking on us.
Great little find in Ross Commons excellent food good wine list outdoor seating pleasant staff would definitely recommend and honnack again !!!
The halibut was rubbery and for a more pricey dining experience and in Marin it should be perfect.
Never disappoints. A thoughtful menu and a wine selection to match served by those who genuinely want you to enjoy you meal.
It has been consistently outstanding for years! I always gladly recommend this restaurant to all!
We loved our dinner. The wait staff and hostess were excellent, and made note of the fact that it was our anniversary, which I noted in my reservation notes. This is such a nice, quiet neighborhood restaurant, and they seem to follow the farm to table concept. We loved the watermelon feta salad, the halibut dish, the Wednesday night "special", the meatballs, and the overall atmosphere. I often forget about this little gem, but we'll be back.
There were 4 of us. First, only 2 received their drinks order. It took 3 tries to get the other two. The steak was inedible. The substitute chosen (halibut) was so dry and overcooked it too wasn't good. The duck confits were OK. The date appetizer was OK, not great. The dessert was OK, not great. The service was confused and a bit surly. We used to love this restaurant but will take it off our list of places to go back to ... really too bad.
The avocado toast........there are no words. Just go and taste it for yourself. I had the house-made gnocchi and opted for a helping of freshly shaved truffles. Divine.