Impression of a 1940s/1950s cafe is first class. Food was very good. The place was very busy which is always a good indication of quality.
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While sitting outside looking at William the Conqueror's Castle the owner Dolley approached the table to explain the menu and take our order. What a pleasant surprise when the food was delivered, absolutely the best meal I've had since arriving in Caen. My wife was...More
Booked s table here on Saturday night; booking is recommended as this restaurant fills up quickly. Dinner starts at 7pm ; got shown to our eclectic table and chairs quickly and where handed the menu. 4 of us have gluten/wheat allergies; so knew we may...More
Unfortunately it was a Sunday when we were in Caen and most restaurants were closed. The owner of another restaurant that was closing recommended Dolly's. This is a uniquely decorated eatery showcasing 60's /70's British decor. Sandwiches and dinner food were not being served, so...More
Located on an elevated sidewalk about one block below the Chateau, but on the other side of the street, and well-marked with its name in yellow letters on a brownish sign, this establishment appears to be very popular with both locals and tourists alike. The...More
I booked in advance with a group from the area which would be great business for this restaurant. In fact, booking was difficult as the owner wasn't interested in group reservations even though we went for 6 pm. Service was ok but the owner didn't...More