Lovely little place, off the overcowded sides of the marina, we sat outside, and enjoyed capuccinos and amazing citron tart. Very relaxed, highly advisable!
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We needed a quick 'coffee and cake' stop, and in previous trips here this place has never been open when we have passed by! Today was the day! The Tarte Noix Caramel is great (if you like nuts) and although I had a coffee, the...More
The tarts in here are just amazing as were the croque monsieurs, I went for a bacon and onion and Alison went for the mixed vegetables, Colin and Angela went for the Croque Monsieurs, best we have seen. Washed down with some lovely beers.
There were seven of us touring Honfleur after a morning at Etretat looking for a place for lunch. Although the place is tiny, the owner (and chef) pulled some tables outside and we had one of our best lunches in all of Normandy! The tiny...More
Honfleur is one of these places where scores of restaurants vie for attention with fixed price offers for seemingly the same food. Slightly out of the way this place entices with a different offer and a calmer ambiance. We shared a small plate of cheese...More
Although L'Atelier was on the list of recommendations from the owner of our accommodation, we hadn't really considered it as we were looking more for restaurants. However, whilst exploring Honfleur one afternoon, whilst looking for somewhere to get a mid-afternoon snack, we came across L'Atelier...More
We ate here for lunch and enjoyed the House burger , and Pear and Roquefort quiche. Both were delicious, how I wish I could make pastry like they do. Rose Anjou wine was good. We then had the rhubarb pie and chocolate mousse. A change...More
As a vegetarian eating in France, I found this place a dream. Great food, chic surroundings and without all the heavy cream that can make French food a regret. Fine with children too. My daughter (7 months) loved the potatoes. Relaxed atmosphere-recommended!
They claim to be serving the best burger of the West, but I can honestlysay it's the best in the universe! Everything is home made (from the exquisite bread to the juicy meat). We had a great 'plancha de charcuterie' as entree. My wife also...More
What we liked most was that it wasn't just knocking out the same as almost all the other restaurants in the town - the standard fayre of moules frites and oysters. We had lunch here, and loved the home made quiches. Apple crumble dessert was...More