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We were staying at a nearby hotel and went to this restaurant based on a Rick Steve's recommendation. We were just a little early before they had started serving for the evening. We had just walked.in because we saw people eating at one of the...More
We arrived late to Bayeux and our innkeeper at Least Castel called for us. Quaint and loved the bottles on shelves as the wine selection. The sommelier was very helpful, friendly and spoke English. Our server was friendly as well. The food was excellent. My...More
Cave Bistrot was recommended by our host at Hotel Particuller Poppa ( fabulous) B&B.
This is a wonderful, small, intimate restaurant in Bayeux. Also, a carry out wine store which allows you to wonder about and pick a bottle of wine, should you want a...More
For a simple meal and an outstanding selection of wines that can't be found anywhere else, duck into this cute little place in a Bayeux passageway. We were seated at a window beside a bubbling brook and enjoyed the local ambiance as well as the...More
What a great restaurant, and what a gracious host Pierre-Henri is. When I told him I did not know which wine to pair with our fixed price menu, he made an excellent recommendation which accompanied our meal extremely well and was very reasonably priced. He...More
The friendliest and happiest host in Normandy greeted us at this small restaurant, and he treated us as a guest in his home for the evening. The menu is limited and the choices are simple. But the preparation is divine. We chose the beef rib...More
We arrived in town late and this restaurant was recommended to us by someone in the Tourism office. There were six of us without a reservation, but we were graciously accommodated. From there, the experience just kept getting better. A delicious price fix dinner, reasonably...More
This cozy restaurant is a few steps from the Office of Tourism, on a canal near the old town main street. Food is good and affordable. There's plenty of wine by the bottle and a few by the glass. They speak English and service is...More
First night in France and Pierre made it a memorable experience for the six of us! We told Pierre what type of wine we liked and let him make the selections. He was spot on. The food was excellent too. It was so much fun,...More