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    Bistro à Crêpes: nice breton normand stuff

    by gwened Written May 23, 2013
    Le Bistro �� Cr��pes
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    This is a blend between Breton and Normand cuisine, very nicely done, great service, and nice family ambiance.

    The place is very clean bistro paris style chairs tables napkins, all nice.

    It is by the quai des passengers almost across from the jardin public. .

    Favorite Dish: Very nicely serve with great steaks, burgers,and salads, good coffees, great ice cream italian homemade, and the beer heineken. We have the plat du jour or menu 15,80€ very good deal in Honfleur.

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    Cafe de Paris: easy drink and great breakfast Paris

    by gwened Written May 23, 2013
    Caf�� de Paris
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    nice friendly café by the quai des passagers just before going up to Sainte Catherine.

    you come here for tthe early morning chat with the fisherman, hear of grand tells, and great ambiance, then have a wonderful brunch breakfast to start your day

    Favorite Dish: brunch breakfast, coffee, orange juice, a slice of baguette bread, and plenty of butter, jellies, and eggs! all for 6,90€

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    le Bistro du Port: seafood at the port

    by gwened Written May 23, 2013
    le Bistro du Port

    Another seafood fish dandy of many years, still standing gloriously after crossing the parking du Môle.

    Menus of 17,23,and 27 Euros all good, we go for the 23€ as it gives us soup, mussels, and the choice of the beef or fish, and I choose the one fresh for the day.

    the ambiance is bistro but in the country, is full and lively, nice conversations.

    Favorite Dish: love the FILET DE DORADE EN PAPILLOTTE CUIT AU FOUR PARFUME A LA CITRONELLE
    or sea bream in cover buttefly cook in oven with lemony perfume. The fish soups, and the mussels or moules are good too.
    I see the menu and choose the fresh fish of the day.

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    Le Crystal: seafood at its best Crystal

    by gwened Written May 22, 2013
    Restaurant Le Crystal

    an old house, two floors nicely done, great quiet ambiance, refine friendly service, tucked away on a quaint street and the food is sublime.
    Try to eat in the second floor or 1ére étage here
    We have come here often over the years and still very good, a find and now share. Enjoy it

    Favorite Dish: the mussels marinade, the fish or poisson au gimgembre or the dessert of tarte aux pommes. Classic
    pour sucked in the ambiance go for the seafood platter 70€ for two ,sublime.

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    Almost All of Them: Cockles & Mussels, Alive, Alive, O

    by hquittner Written Dec 10, 2007

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    One Empty Table

    Given the location, along the Vieux Bassin, this is shellfish lovers paradise. If you look at the menu boards you can find (by the price) a large entree of mostly raw molluscs with a couple of expensive oysters and modest prawns for deco. If it is a high-class place, it may be served on a stainless steel tiered rack with various picks to assist in dissection. As you walk along the quais, the objects of your desire may be exhibited to emphasize their freshness. Pick a place with lots of activity (a possible guarantee of freshness). Remember that alive means raw and fresh.

    Favorite Dish: W had never eaten mussels raw before. Many of the shellfish were new to us : whelks, cockles, sea snails, sea urchin(?), all interesting.

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    La Chaloupe: Good steak, fries and apple pie

    by rexvaughan Written Dec 8, 2007

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    La Chaloupe is another of the many restaurants which line the Vieux Bassin in Honfleur. We were there in the evening and sat beside the basin where we enjoyed the serenity of the evening admiring the peaceful lighted little harbor. It is not a particularly fancy place but we had an enjoyable evening and a good meal.

    Favorite Dish: I had steak frites and my wife had a steak au poive. They were both nicely done and my wife's creamy pepper sauce on the steak was excellent. The fries were crisp and fresh and our salad was a large serving of greens with tomatoes and a good balsamic vinegarette. We washed it down with a pitcher of the house red wine which I never identified but enjoyed. We finished with the local specialty, apple tart with ice cream and topped with whipped cream. A very basic but very good meal.

    Total bill was 51.60 Euros.

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    Les Marmottes: Try the fondue

    by rexvaughan Written Dec 7, 2007

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    Fondue, bread and salad - what more could you want
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    It always pays to check out menus posted on the front of restaurants. Les Marmottes bills itself as a creperie and we had had crepes (or gallettes) for lunch, plus I wanted something more substantial for dinner. The menu listed fondue which I have not had in ages, so we ventured in. It has a warm and cozy atmosphere and was pretty much full inside with only a few people seated on the terrace as it was a bit cool.

    Favorite Dish: We had a wonderful fondue with camembert and emmental. It was rich and tasty as we
    dipped the pieces of bread in. It was accompanied by a simple salad of lettuce, tomatoes and jambon with a light and flavorful balsamic vinegarette dressing. We washed it down with a pichet of their house sauvignon blanc which was also quite good. A good note to remember if you don't want a full bottle of wine, you can frequently get a pichet, pitcher or carafe for much less that 2 glasses and you get more wine as well.

    A very satisfying meal and the bill was only 37.50 Euros.

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    Cafe de 'Hotel de Ville: Nice location, so-so food

    by rexvaughan Written Nov 30, 2007

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    The location of this cafe is mostly what it has going for it as it is situated beside the Vieux Bassin and just in front ot the Hotel de Ville. It has a nice terrace that in good weather enables you to watch people going by, artists at work and families enjoying the merry-go-round.

    Favorite Dish: The food wasn't bad but nothing to write home about either. My wife had a very small shrimp coctail and I had a jambon fromage gallette which was a bit on the dry side. We both had glasses of sweet cider which were very good. After all we are in Calvados, the apple growing region. The total bill was just under 25 Euros.

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    L'Absinthe: Elegant food and atmosphere

    by rexvaughan Written Nov 28, 2007

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    No we did not drink Absinthe here. I don't even know if they served it or if they just decided naming the restaurant after the preferred drink of a lot of 19th Century writers was cool. At any rate the food here is excellent and the dining rooms are charming in old rooms dating back to the 15th and 17th Centuries. We could only get reservations on the enclosed terrace which was quite nice but did not have the warm ambience of the dining rooms.

    Favorite Dish: We opted for the fixed price menu at 33 Euros each and it was wonderful. It began with a first course of a small cup of a cream concoction with pureed leeks and herbs - very tasty. Then we had appetizers: for me smoked salmon layered with a medley of onions and other vegetables and for my wife cod fritters with a type of tartar sauce. My wife's entree was sea bream with carmelized onions and mine was guinea fowl with a very good red sauce, black mushrooms and scallions. Our wine was a red sancerre, a fairly light and fruity one which we both enjoyed. Desserts were for my wife creme brulee and for me a praline with bitter chocolate sauce and toasted almonds. It was the darkest chocolate I have ever eaten but an excellent combination. The cheese plate offered about 15 choices and we had camembert, chevre and a third I can't remember all served with nice walnut bread.

    The dinner was not cheap at just under 100 Euros for 2 but for what it was quite reasonable and a really fine lineup of dishes.

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    La Trinquette: Good crepes and salad

    by rexvaughan Written Nov 27, 2007

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    Along side the basin there are scores of restaurants, almost all with tables and chairs beside the water, at least in good weather. This one is, of course a creperie but had some other light offerings as well. It is a pleasant place to sit, watch the boats come in and out and the people strolling along the walk.

    Favorite Dish: We had eaten a big breakfast so just wanted a very light lunch. We both had a very nice simple salad of greens, tomatoes, bacon and toasts with camembert accompanied by a glass of the house wine. Very tasty and just what we needed. My wife loves desserts but is always willing to share so we had a crepe with chocolate sauce, whipped cream and coconut ice cream (she loves desserts) and I snuck a taste - delicious as you might expect.

    The total bill was 34.70 Euros.

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    Le Bréard: Tasty & Modern

    by MikeAtSea Written Nov 18, 2007

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    Le Br��ard

    Le Bréard is located in a quaint street near St. Catherine’s church. Chef Fabrice Sébire’s innovative and creative menu has placed him on the Gault-Millau’s list and has been honoured with a Bib Gourmand. Michelin rates Le Bréard with tasty and modern cuisine.

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    Sa.Qua.Na: Japanese French Combination

    by MikeAtSea Written Nov 18, 2007

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    Sa.Qua.Na

    Sa.Qua.Na blends Japanese-French cuisine into Honfleur’s rich restaurant list. Chef Alexander Bourdas has a passion for fishing, hence the name and theme of his restaurant. The name of the restaurant in Japanese (Sakana) means “fish”. Bourdas uses wordplay, as Sa.Qua.Na, abbreviated in French is: SA for Saveurs (flavours), QUA for Qualité (quality), and NA for Nature (nature). His Michelin rated cuisine is modern and inventive. Located a few blocks from the old port.

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  • L' Hippocampe: An Excellent Seafood Restaurant

    by dimilag Updated Apr 15, 2007

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    After a long drive we arrived in Honfleur very hungry. L'Hippocampe was a surprise. Beautifull situated on the waterfront of Vieux Bassin it challenged us to taste its dishes. Nice food, well cooked, fresh seafood, local wine, friendly staff (who speaks English), lovely atmosphere and nice prices.

    Favorite Dish: Seafood, Lobster and Fish

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    Ferme de la Grand Cours: Nice rustic restaurant - great food

    by ryuhome Written Nov 30, 2006

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    We like the rustic decor in this restuarant. It's alittle bit off the way on Cote de Grace (it'll be long uphilll walk without a car). We stayed at this farm and were pleasantly surprised by their food. I had the lamb (d'Agneau) which is the best I ever had (I asked for 'rose', which is about medium raw).

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    Outdoor Cafes: Outdoor Cafes are best on a hot day

    by royalempress Written Aug 23, 2006
    Outdoor Cafes
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    The "Old Harbor" of Honfleur is lined with outdoor cafes. Most specialize in local seafood. I noticed many of the customers were eating pots of Mussels. It must have been the seafood of choice. Once you leave the immediate harbor there are numerous restaurants down the side streets. Ask your hotel for recommendations.

    Favorite Dish: Seafood

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