We tried the chocolat/chantilly crêpe and and an omelett. The crêpe was of bad quality and the omelett was completely undercooked. We wouldn't visit this restaurant again.
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No being prepared to pay the sea front prices we headed a short step up the hill and found this little gem. There is still a good view of the sea from some tables. We will return. We had the most delicious cheese omelettes, fresh,...More
A very friendly welcome and the nicest, home cooked gallettes with three daily specials. The two specials we tried were excellent. Just back up the hill from the beach and the cluster of restaurants nearest the beach, so better value as well.
My wife and I called in for lunch and were very pleased indeed with the service, food and price. We each had the buckwheat crepe with egg, potatoes, bacon and creme - delicious! Good fast and unpretentious service. Well recommended.
A pleasant little creperie, if you don't mind tight seating and you aren't in a rush... this France after all. It's only my second visit to the country so I lack the experience and comparables. We tried several local traditions here, with locally brewed Cidre,...More
Called in here for lunch and was impressed by the quality of the food and the prompt and friendly service. Galette with ham topped with onions cooked in cream was a delight and the salted butter caramel crepe to follow was excellent.
We have been to this resto on many an occasion and I wrote a review a while back about how wonderful it was. Well, we've been back again and, horror of horrors, it's changed hands. According to my bill it's now called La Caravelle but...More
with a limited number of workers (as any place in small cities at France) but i didnt need to wait too much and food was so tasty with low costs! Try complete galette with cidar!