Escargots for starter, mussels mariniere for main. Small bottle of Saint Veran to wash it down. Not good, not bad either. Main stream kitchen. Friendly service, correct price / quality.
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This restaurant is close to the market hall. We enjoyed the mussel pot for lunch with blue cheese cream white wine sauce. It was delicious. Unfortunately at the bottom of the pot I found a stone in mine! The male waiter was friendly and tried...More
You don't seem to be able to get mussels this tender and juicy, and not for these prices in Australia. Simply delicious. Ate al fresco on a warm summer evening and with a bottle of local house wine in a such a delightful city as...More
Cute nautical-themed seafood restaurant. I had the mussels and it was the tiny mussels not the usual big ones, they give you SO much. the fries were great too, perfectly cooked. Other patrons were getting the oysters which looked large and fresh, we however could...More
We stumbled into the market on the morning of our departure at about 08:00 AM on a Saturday and loved what we saw. Plenty of fresh seafood, cheese, meat and other awesome food were laid just in front of us, presenting the reason why french...More
Right neaxt to the food halls. Small super resteraunt with great sevice and terrific quality. Must have some of the oysters which are the best of any we have had in the world.
We have been going here for years, before the present owners. It continues to be excellent and the Soup de Poisson is delicious. Their oysters are the best. Service very personable.
Popped in here for dinner one night. Very simple but nice decor, extremely attentive staff and reasonably priced. Some of the platters looked pretty huge, but we had moules and tuna - both perfectly fine. Not a massively interesting menu for smaller meals, but I...More
We stopped by to check out Le Bistrot de Marche next door, recommended with mixed reviews by TA. This was more inviting. It was a nice discovery. We chose the quiet and modern indoors, since the Dijon Marche was still going on, so the terrace...More
Family-run restaurant with both fresh fish and meat on menu right outside Les Halles. Quite pleasant and accommodating. Enjoyed the lentilles with foie gras and tuna carpaccio, both superior. Pleasant, elegantly informal.