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    Le Franklin: brasserie nice up town

    by gwened Updated Dec 23, 2013

    simple local bar, we spoked with the owners and servers, as when there it was slow, the resto is well decorated in wood and panels of towns, the idea is to think of the Benjamin Franklin.

    They have several brands of beer, so nice for a neighborhood bar. It has a terrace when the meteo allows it. The meals are light brasserie style , pizzas sandwiches,and plat du jour steak and fries types. They have happy hours from 18h30

    passing like I do is ok, parking is nearby just up the hilly square. open until 22H and set menus from 13€ Food is well done, service is very friendly and prices are good

    Favorite Dish: passing it was the plat du jour and it was steak a la milanesa with fries and a good Leffe beer. just basic food but well done and good prices

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    Ô Blê Gourmand: mix Breton and Norman cuisine

    by gwened Written May 26, 2013

    wonderful bistro style resto offering Breton and Norman especialties in the Docks Vauban complex. The layout is with a modernistic look mixing black and red tables chairs covers napkins, very nice ,clean.

    The service was very friendly and accommodating, there is a large heated terrace but we ate inside facing out. The ambiance is relax, family, quiet.

    The resto is spacious with plenty of room even in the back and on the sides facing quai des antilles. We will be back

    open 7j/7 from 9h until 22h30 from Sundays to Thursdays. Service after 23h00 fridays, saturdays and evenings of events

    Favorite Dish: we have the local especialties like galette st jacques with sauce and potatoes, rumsteaks, goat salads, all with heineken beers, and desserts going from banana crêpes to ice creams to banana split, and coffees all for 132€ for 6 persons!

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    le Lafayette bar: Wonderful drink and view Lafayette

    by gwened Written May 25, 2013

    great location for a nice drink and watch the world go by, we did it on our way to some serious shopping and it was a help lol!

    As local as you can get, and very chic, nice crowd. So if want a quick bite , croque monsieur etc and a nice drink to recuperate the thirst and see a nice crowd go by,stop by here.

    Favorite Dish: we had some beers here as it is a IN place and want it to visit after some colleagues suggested it.

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    Bistrot de p'tit Port: great seafood and views

    by gwened Written May 25, 2013

    great chow fantastic seafood/fish just at the marché aux poissons and overloking the cruise terminal, can't get better views and city life than this place.

    VEry friendly service, good ambiance, and good food. Open 7/7 from 8h to 20h.It has a terrace right going over the fish market, where you get it fresh ,best, sublime

    Favorite Dish: We had sea bream fish in a sauce ,and the brochette de St Jacques, what was on the menu du jour, as it is the freshest and best price.All with beers and coffees, just what you come here for !!

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    Osteria dei Sapori: Very expensive!

    by diosh Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    My hosts took me here as it had opened between their last visits and they were keen to try it out.
    The refurbishment, from a Tabac, was excellent- rustic- yet chic.
    Beautiful , antique artifacts all around, including a huge, tiled stove in one corner, looking like one you'd find in a castle or stately home- decorated with pretty tiles.
    Service was speedy and pleasant.
    The new owners are Italian, also the food.
    I thought this rather odd, as it's the only restaurant for miles, in a tiny hamlet. I'd have thought French would have been more apprpriate, for a local eaterie!
    We went for the 25Euros set meal- going for the cheapest as it was a 'try out'.
    The prices rose to 50Euros for the meal including truffles!
    We had a starter of tortellini, on a bed of ratatouille.Mains was sole, on a bed of something unidentifiable, with potato portions the size of gold balls- one each! A srig of lettuce and a cherry tomate, halved went with it.
    Dessert was a 'supermarket' tiramisu in a plastic pot!

    Favorite Dish: We were disappointed with the meal, especially at the price charged.
    Portions were small.
    Not good value at all.
    For the equivalent of £25 , for one, expected much more!
    One bonus- a jug of water was served without it being asked for. No bread supplied, as is usual restaurants. Not even breadsticks- as it was Italian! I needed it as I was still hungry after the meal!
    I asked about the provenance of the beautiful stove, thinking they'd say they acquired it from an antique shop...or a ruined Manoir...
    I was told it was 1 year old!! Very disappointing.

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    La Galetiere.: Scrumptious and amazing value!

    by diosh Written Sep 18, 2009

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    We chose the 13.50Euros menu- of the several priced ones, up to 30Euros.
    The choice was extensive- from 8, etc., dishes from each category- starter, mains, dessert.
    The restaurant was packed with locals- a good sign and only those pre booked got in.Many were turned away!

    The atmosphere was great- bustling, cheery,noisy,..smiling, efficient staff, who were rushed off their feet but served everyone very speedily.The whole prceedings were overseen by the Madame, owner of the establishment, from a high plinth in the centre of the restaurant. She also greeted every customer with a cheery smile.

    Favorite Dish: I had crevettes as my starter and had a plate with 18 of the beasts on it, with a mayonnaise sauce.
    My companions had salmon mousse and snails!
    We had steak au poivre for mains, one of the party having salmon.
    The accompniments were generous.
    Desserts were- nougat ice cream, with cream, for me, creme brulee and a dish of several different flavoured ice creams for another.
    All portions of exh course were most generous.
    It was incredible value for 13.50 Euros!

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