We decided to go for a new one,and boy/girl did we hit a jackpot. This is absolutely why we are in France, traditional service, decoration and friendly. It is tucked in an old street 4 rue du guéodet, in past the Cathedral ; Les Cariatides is just wonderful.
The old house has a bar on street level,and the dining on the first level, quaint with chimneys and old Breton trinkets all over. The kitchen is here and we had a great server who was not needed to ask anything, all was there. The food was serve in intervals as we like it nothing rush. Worth the price many times over. We WILL RETURN. no webpage Telephone No +33 (0) 2 98 95 15 14 and email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Favorite Dish: we had our apéritifs with chivas whisky, martini reds, porto red, and kir breton, then went to the meal, from steaks nicely done with home made fries! to our delicious well done house burger maison and home made fries. Salads of hot goat cheese, chévre chaud was good too. All wash down with our favorite restaurant bottle of Rioja Spain bodegas Navajas of Navarrete, (just for the blood test); simply great at 15€ the bottle. red wine of course. All that tops by desserts of créme brulée, and panacottas, end with expresso coffee all for 110€ or 22€ per person a real bargain really Worth the price many times over
always a great welcome warm folks, good prompt service,and good breton food.
open Sundays, Monday and Tuesdays evenings except July and August. Lunch continuos service Mondays and Tuesdays, and weekend to 21h/22h
You are in an old longére, breton old home that included home and farm animals lodging in one building. Very quaint historical nicely done, feels like eating in family.
Favorite Dish: galette with potatoes bacon cheese complet, crêpes of banana and chocolates, with good local cider, very nice and about 15€ per person great!
its an independant franchise chain, but one of the best example of Alsacien cuisine married with Breton seafood you can have. All in great ambiance,friendly service,and just around the market and pl St Corentin
it has become home central when we visit so here we were again, the place is fantastic service, and great views over the marché plaza in front and on the second floor that we were today, you have a back glass wall where you can see the covered market and the vendors and public below ,nice, wonderful ambiance.
Favorite Dish: choucroute of course,and rieslings wine, the menu du jour for us, always fresh and at the right price.
We went out today, with plenty of beers grimbergen blondes, 9 pints for the five of us a killer; then the tavernier steak and fries, and two choucroute paysanne with plenty of Alsacien flair. and mussels with cider, then créme brulée,banana split, poire belle hélene, two coffes,and three capucchinos all for 173€ for five.
I am not going to update the meals unless they are bad but at these place anywhere they are never,so come on many.Cheers
The old town is full of places to eat. We only wanted a snack but had we been staying longer choosing where to go for a full meal would have taken as long as eating the meal. But as you wander around the old , narrow streets feast your eyes on the colourful buildings.
We were in town on a Sunday and had a difficult time finding a place to eat (in our price range) on a Sunday at noon. Many places were closed, others were full and the very few we could find open were quite expensive. We did find a sandwich shop and had a great sandwich, but if we'd planned ahead, we might have had an excellent Sunday noon dinner.
Check with your hotel, Michelin or Zagatt before you go. (We did get an excellent meal back at our hotel in the evening!)
Fine food & beautiful decor. Delightful owners. Full menus from 21 to 51 € per person.
Reservation suggested. Closed Sunday evenings and Mondays during winter.
Visit their very interesting web site (bilingual French/English) for a description of the food, some recipes, and details of an intriguing possibility (the chef and his wife will host you in their home for two days, and give you cooking lessons!).