Places to eat in Basse-Normandie

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    Ferme de la Ranconniere: Fine dinning at the farm

    by Roadquill Updated Oct 20, 2005

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    Perfect dinner at what was once a fortified 13th century farmhouse. The owners have gone to great lengths to make this a wonderful place to lodge and then have dinner. The 26 euro dinner included with the overnight lodging cost of 88 euro person was excellent. A sample dinner included:
    warm cheese terrine with apples, Calados and green salad
    Aiguillettes of beef with green peppercors and shredded Vire chitterling sausage
    a selection from an excellent desert cart.

    Or went for the gastronmic menu of oysters, lamb, cheese and desert. (I still think I should have ordered the lotte/turbot iet langoustines.

    Favorite Dish: The over all dinner and service was first class.

    Dinner at the farm
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    Normandian delicatesses: A whole different cuisine

    by Pavlik_NL Updated Dec 3, 2007

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    Favorite Dish: Oh, how I love Normandian delicatesses and maybe without knowing it, you too have tasted some traditional items from the Normandian cuisine. Here are a few delicatesses that - when you are in Normandy - you surely have to try. They also can be taken home, as ultimate tasy souvenirs:
    Camembert, the typical Normandian soft cheese that has conquered the world
    Cidre, the apple wine that originates from this area andhas a complete own tradition
    Calvados, (not only the name of a region!) is a deliscious sweet and strong apple liquor (40%)
    Jambon-de-Cotentin, deliscious soft ham from the typical Normandian cattle
    Some villages have their own specific mustard, paté or cheese variants, that add to an endless amount of delicatesses that one definately should enjoy in this beautiful corner in our world.

    Camambert and Cidre, a deliscious combination Gallette de moutarde Bayeux with traditional Cidre

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    Various fruits from the sea: Don't miss the fresh seafood

    by Pavlik_NL Written Dec 3, 2007

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    Favorite Dish: With it's extraordinary tidal movements, Normandie has a perfect coast for the "farming" of oysters, clams and other shell fish. Around the Cotentin peninsula, many coastal places have specialised in the production of seafood and other harbour towns have their own fishermen's fleed that weekly delieverd tons of freshly caught fish from the Atlantic Ocean. Oysters, especially the ones from Saint-Vaast-le-Hogue are world famous and there is also lobster, clams and various other sea fruit, as well as several local delicatesses.

    Irina and Ilja looking at a see fruit collection The Oyster beds at Saint Vaast la Hogue Look papa, a huge crab in the water!

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    General eating out: Menu prices

    by ATLC Written Mar 17, 2008

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    In France all restaurants have their menus and prices clearly stated outside their restaurants. To western-european standards, eating out in France is pretty good value for money. A lunch menu (2 courses, sometimes called Menu Express, within the hour) can be had for around 10 euro.
    Half the fun is leaving it to chance and just browsing around until you see something that suits you.

    Here's two links to give you an idea.

    Caen:
    http://france-for-visitors.com/normandy/caen/restaurants.html
    Bayeux:
    http://france-for-visitors.com/normandy/bayeux/restaurants.html

    Favorite Dish: In France you can eat great salads for lunch. A meal to its own and generally well under 10 euro.

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    Le relais du Haras: nice normand tradition

    by gwened Written May 23, 2013

    Horse and good food goes well in this part of France ,this is deep Normandy by the coast and horse racing, breeding and good Norman trou is famous indeed.

    The Relais du Haras is typicalof this and a great stopping point in your car travels, the best, in France.

    You can stay here 8 rooms and friendly service but I have use it on the go for lunch.

    Favorite Dish: get a nice chunk of grill meats here, at the rotisserie are just mouthful. and of course the great Norman beer lol!!! or is it Cider...

    Le Relais du Haras
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    Le Bistrot d'Antan: old fashion cuisine at Antan

    by gwened Written May 23, 2013

    Another of my in runs on the road in this beautiful part of Normandy. Traditional French cuisine at its best.
    VEry friendly service ,good food like granma used to make them,and price for the whole family with menus from 11,90€

    Favorite Dish: boeuf bourguignon and tarte aux pommes normande was one memorable experience too.Usually on the road I order the menu of the day, and sometimes just one dish plat du jour and wine or beer or even cider ::)

    le Bistrot d'Antan and arriving
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  • Le Bistrot de Paris: Normandy cuisine with a twist

    by saabfan Written Feb 4, 2007

    Excellent food, very well priced. Of course it's possible to spend more than the $21-30/pp we spent but it's not necessary to have a lovely meal.

    Favorite Dish: Moules were excellent. Be sure to try the local cider!

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Basse-Normandie Hotels

  • Mercure

    Route du Mont Saint Michel, BP 8, Mont-St-Michel, Basse-Normandie, 50170, France

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • Hotel d'Argouges

    I would recommend this 3 star hotel to anyone staying in Bayeux. It is an old townhouse which has...

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  • PLUS Hotel Malherbe

    Our visit to Caen was booked through Brittany Ferries staying at the Holiday Inn; what a excellent...

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