Petit delight is just that - a delightful french restaurant/brasserie occupying what used to be a public house near Cleethorpes sea-front. But there's nothing pub-like about it now, and you'll realise that this is no English sea-side cafe as soon as you see the various french-influenced dishes on the menu, including croque monsieur & croque madame and a variety of savoury and sweet galettes, although you can also choose more conventional fare such as steak frites or a hamburger. There are also 'specials' every day, and as the place seems consistently busy, the chef/proprietor has obviously judged correctly just what the local customers (who must be the majority of the business, despite Cleethorpes' status as a resort) like and come back for in and out of season. Another reviewer refers to the food being overpriced, but we don't think so - you get what you pay for, the quality of the food is high, and the success of the place speaks for itself. Service is pleasant and usually prompt. Thoroughly recommended.
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