Great staff, very welcoming and spoke great English to help us with our horrible French. The salads, crepes and gallettes were amazing! Best price for the money.
They also have rooms available for the night at a great price.
Favorite Dish: We enjoyed the warm goat cheese on a salad and the gallettes with onion, ham, and creme
Everything in Mont Saint Michel feels like a tourist trap. Except, of course for the beautiful abbey. Enjoy a half day at the mount and then head to another town to stay and for dinner. I suggest Saint Malo, we had a wonderful time there our first night and then headed to MSM for the 2nd and wished we had stayed in Saint Malo. ALL the Food in MSM is OVERPRICED AND BAD - right down to the coffee at the only outdoor cafe (4.50 Euro - for a cup of black coffee, which was bad). Please take the advice of a well traveled and very optomistic traveler - spend your money else where.
Never in my live have I ever visited. Maybe because we came somewhat before the start of the final of the football finale of the world cup in 2006, but still ...
Foot was mediocre in taste, service was rude and prices were outrageous (especially in contrast to what we got). Okay, price level is high on Le Mont Saint Michel, but at least you expect a smile while being served.
Of course anyone has to decide themselves, but if you ask my recommendations ... leave Le Mont and find a nice restaurant on the mainland.
To spend a day at the Mont and not eat at La Mere Poulard (and possibly stay at its Inn) is a terrible mistake. We have eaten there twice. Make a reservation as soon as you enter the gates (it is on the left-See our Travelog). The omelette is a plain one with lots of local eggs and butter beaten madly in a long-handled special pan and cooked over a wood fire. (The man on the left is heating one in the picture). The omelette is cited in the Larousse Gastronomique and the restaurant gets a rosette in the Michelin. We had the omelette for dessert and local seafood first (we were having salt-marsh grazed lamb in the evening-See our Hotel Tip).
Favorite Dish: The omelette flambee is large enough to be a dessert for more than two. (We found our 10 yr old grandson did not knowingly eat eggs and so we had too much after our main course).
This expensive hotel restaurant is famous for its omelettes. It barely serves any other kind of food. The thing that impressed me was that the chef after preparing my omelette cut it approx at 2/3s length and throw the rest 1/3 at the dustbin. I never understood why.
OK, you are in France. Supposed to be a country where we eat well. OK. OK, omelette is good. OK. La Mère Poulard is supposed to make a very famous omelette. One of the best in the country. OK. The place looks really nice inside.
Not OK. The price. Not OK. To take people for dumbs.
Favorite Dish: Omelette might be good... well, hope so...
Near the entrance, at the right side they have an open fast-food restaurant. At your left a normal restaurant and on the first floor an hotel with a first class resto...
Whatever you like...:)
Favorite Dish: Everything is okay, maybe go for some fish...
Favorite Dish: Good for a breakfast. Crepes with cider of apple juice are matching perfectly. Andouillette filled crepes are quite an exotic experience.
I didn't eat chez l'Auberge but I know that there you can taste tipycally french omelettes, and I assure you that they are great !!
A restaurant where all the greatest of the world come.
Their pictures you find them on all the walls of the restaurant.
Favorite Dish: Tha omelet mama Poulard en the seafood dishes.