very French seafood place the one you will love as I do. Very modern clean with terrace and two floors, nice colors white black and red, top floor great view over the harbor and ville close or walled city in front. Plenty of parking right out front in pl du 8 mai 1945
There is a pleasant modern salle or room in the street level and a nice with great views on top looking towards the ville close and the pleasure boat marina, with a nicer terrace in good weather . All that with great food of mussels, fish, pizzas and white meats
We had try some here already and this is the latest today. the welcome very warm and the server from the marne dep 51 (Champagne) lol!!!
The food was great,and fast service, very talkative servers that we like and locals as now not tourists in town lol!!! However, well rated in the popular travel forums as well ::) Including French sites. The resto open Mondays to Sundays from 10h - 16h, and 19h - 23h30
Favorite Dish: We had dourade royale or sea bream type fish in sauce nantaise (butter sauce) and rissotto with mushrooms, a large pint of bitburger german beer, and a café gourmand (expresso coffee with small cakes panacotta, brownies, sweet meringue cookie), the rest had assortments of mussels rocquefort,curry, bretonne (bacon=lardon, onions, cream,and white wine), tea gourmand with the same as coffee,and more pints of beer bitburger,and a juice non alcoholic drink for the wife, all five for 120€.
very nice restaurant with warm service and welcome. you have it all here, from seafood to meats,and salads and pizzas, the whole range of choices. The place is great over looking the place du mai 8 1945 and the ville close across the parking lot.
The terrace in summer is the place to be in town. You have great events done here from the Euro Football championships of 2012 with a great Spanish ambiance,to the salsa nights to the DJ spinning at night.
A classic of the Concarneau scene for 20 years!! You have a nice bar scene next door Le Cozy same ownership.
Open every day 7/7, lunch from 12h to 14h15 , and dinner from 19h to 22h15
Favorite Dish: the dish to try is what is recommended by the chef, médaillon de fois gras du Chef and its chutney de mangue(mango), pavé de bœuf façon Rossini, mijotée de lotte aux petits légumes, tagliatelles à la sauce bretonne...and the many meat cuts of carpaccios de bœuf.
well serve and always well done.
These are great pizzas with a great view of the place du 8 mai 1945 and the ville close or fortified city across. The views are great but the pizzas are very well made and delicious
You have very good price menus from 6,50€ and up, and good friendly service. It is a good spot for lunch or light snacks while in town.
Its great with the family.
Favorite Dish: pizzas of goat cheese, four cheeses, you name it large selection as well as pasta
As many restaurants were closed our choice for a light lunch in the sun was restricted but we came across this nice little cafe close to the quay from which a tiny ferry transports people across the harbour for a few pence.
It was busy but service was quick and cheerful. My omelette and John's tuna salad came with frites and home made bread and were fine.
Unfortunately our meal was marred by an aggravating conversation between an English speaking visitor, who had finished his meal, but bombarbed the 4 English diners, of about our own age, at the next table with a barrage of questions.
They had ordered the 3-course menu de jour and were only just being served. They responded courteously whilst politely indicating reluctance to get engaged in deep conversation across tables whilst eating.
But the questions came faster and got more intrusive. They were of a kind few British people like to have thrown at them by a complete stranger, particularly when they are eating,like -
what did they think of the (British) Prime Minister, the Government, the National Health Service, and so on.
I felt sorry for these people whose meal was being spoilt by the interrogation. Eventually one of the wives entered the discussion - a feisty woman of about 70 - who told the inquisitor all about her recent cancer treatment, then said he was talking a load of ignorant, arrogant rubbish but she hoped he would enjoy the rest of his visit to Europe.
I really liked that bit - it was better than a pudding.
Favorite Dish: The food was fine - the unavoidably overheard conversation added an unpleasant ingredient to an otherwise very pleasant lunch - not the fault of the estblishment so I'd go there again