Great food in a lovely restaurant with lots of character and very good service. What more could you want?!
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We four dined on a Saturday night. The limited menu is all from the sea. My St-Pierre was excellent and came with lots of veggies, not explained on the menu. The staff was friendly, the wine list good. I started with bulots which were the...More
Found this restaurant in Telegraph review and in guide book. Really looking forward to dinner, bits and pieces on the boat display looked a bit tired. Ok service but the boys weren't very helpful letting us know what the specials were. I.e. I dont speak...More
My most vivid memory of La Criee is looking up from my food and seeing a couple two tables away tucking into what I imagine was the platter listed on the menu as the 'gargantua'. It was gargantua. They were gargantua. If you wonder why...More
My wife and I been looking for a restaurant for lunch Quiberon. So glad we found this place. It ticked all the boxes. My wife and I had Langoustine, Crevette. and Araignee, It was the best we have ever had. With a Muscadet to wash...More
The staff was the most friendly and accommodating in Quiberon. Excellent food, wide variety of seafood and authentic French regional cooking. I can't wait to go back.
The Lucas family has run the Criee for years, and it has become well known for its excellent cuisine, mainly centered around fresh fish and seafood. Reserve ahead of time - the popularity of this restaurant makes it difficult to get a table. This is...More
We were sure to eat fresh fish since it is right next door to there store It was a friendly fun time . Good menu ,nice service a kind of place whee you feel at home and everybody connects
Unbelivably tasty food and very friendly service! Anything from the menu is well worth trying. The anchovi salad is beyond any praises. However, if you don't speak french, you'd better download a dictionary for all the fish and seafood types you might not know in...More
So fresh and delicious. The family Lucas have their own boats and smoke the fish themselves. A little pricey, but well worth the treat.