We really enjoy a great meal in that place, typical french with a Ukrainien atmosphère !!!
superb food, fresh fishes, lovely dessert, and a wonderfull smile by that superb lady owner who can charme the all room !
the only place to go if you want a good deal in Normandy, belive me
Favorite Dish: lobster raviolis, their foie gras is superb, cod fish was great
The restaurant is part of the Calvados producer's visitor facility. It specialises in local Normandy dishes, with a strong cider/Calvados/apple influence.
The decor is very touristy, and staff dress in traditional gear. Bit like a theme park. However the menu is excellent, as was all the food which the 3 of us ordered. I had the veal - see below, followed by a delicious tarte tatin with crème fraiche. Yummee!
A glass of cider to wash it down, of course. No Calvados - it was lunchtime.
€77 for the 3 of us - 3 main courses and desserts, soft drinks and a cider.
Favorite Dish: Escalope de veau served with a creamy apple sauce, new potatoes and ratatouille. Delicious, but not heavy.
Another lucky find!
Its on the main road south of Deauville, not far from where the autoroute starts. We would have eaten almost anywhere that evening, and stopped there purely by chance.
It is a place which oozes professionalism and quality, without being in the slightest bit flashy or pretentious. Just good surroundings, excellent menu, 1st class service etc.
Between us I think we tried most of the dishes of the day. Skate wings in a butter sauce, duck breast (see below) etc. My 14 y/o went for the rumpsteak ordered to be cooked medium - we were reasonably confident that would suit him, but in France you can never be sure. It was spot on - as if they knew exactly how he likes it - plenty of blood, but "cooked".
Desserts were excellent too.
Its a husband and wife team which owns it - Franck Dugast being the chef. He came out of the kitchen as we were paying to check if we'd enjoyed dinner - a nice touch.
€77 for the 3 of us - each having main course, dessert and soft drinks.
Favorite Dish: Duck breast in ginger sauce, with vegetables and fried potatoes. The sauce was so good that mopping it up with the bread was compulsory!
We found this place purely by chance - what great luck. A fish place, 200m from where the boats land their catch.
All 3 of us had the 4 course €25 menu. For me, that comprised 6 oysters, a huge bowl of mussels, cheese and then a yoghourt + fruit type dessert (oh, and a little jug of cidre to wash it down).
The others also had mussels, but different starters and desserts. All superb - the fish soup in particular deserves a special mention.
Portions were remarkably large - I expected a little less for a fixed price menu. Even with a light starter, I did not quite finish the mussels. The fish soup was enough for 3!
Service was friendly and efficient, even although it was full downstairs by the time we were halfway through our dinner. It was a Wednesday out of season, so the place must have a good name. Patrons mostly French - another good sign!
Highly recommended, but book or go early.
Favorite Dish: Mussels in cream & cider sauce. Wonderful.
The concierge at Royal Barriere recommended this restaurant to me. It is located just a few blocks from the hotel. I had a green salad to start, and Tournedos Rossini to follow. The steak was prepared to perfection. It came with a hearty portion of french fries. Overall, I had a great time in this restaurant!