In Troarn, this restaurant offers nothing special. Overcooked salmon, overcooked peas, old interior. Maybe a typical place in a French town, but we have seen much better.
Had a lunch there on a way to a ferry. Had chicken,monk fish and scallops. All equally terrible. With such an extensive menu, no surprise everything comes from freezer. That can only happen in France, where food is either excellent or like that. Avoid at...More
We called in for lunch by chance on our way to catch a ferry at Le Havre. It was one of the few places open on 15th August (Assumption of Mary national holiday). It was the perfect end to the holiday. The food was excellent...More
This has been the highlight of our trip to Normandy in terms of restaurant; exellent meat, which came fresh from the Butchery shop nextdoor, which I am sure, must be from the same owner. Very very good meal; we revisited the place and make sure...More
I have not stayed here but have eaten in the restaurant for lunch. I took the 14 euro menu consisting of oysters (exellent), chicken pays d'auge (delicious) and fromage (very flavoursome). My wife had the moules entree (plentiful and very tasty), pot au poission (excellent...More