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Sunday restaurant opening in winter

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Sunday restaurant opening in winter

We're planning a weekend shopping trip in December to stock up on French festive goodies and hope to treat friends to a weekend (Sat/Sun night) in Boulogne.

We know the town well as a regular stop for our last meal in France before heading home through the tunnel - but have only previously visited in summer.

Are all the restaurants in the old town and on the seafront open out of the busy season - especially on Sundays in December? Evening as well as lunchtime?

Edited: 08 November 2013, 14:50
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1. Re: Sunday restaurant opening in winter

We enjoyed an excellent meal at the Restaurant de la Plage recently. It is open for lunch and dinner on Saturday as well as lunch on Sunday.


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2. Re: Sunday restaurant opening in winter

In my wide experience it is difficult to find a good restaurant open on Sunday evening in France. They normally close after Sunday lunch and are often closed on Monday too.The exception is seaside resorts in summer. Sunday evening in Amiens there did not appear to be a restaurant open in the whole town!

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