We were here years ago & we were so pleased it was still in business when we visited Boulogne again . Amazingly it has not changed & still in the hands of the same owner's. Who work hard to deliver excellent food at reasonable prices....More
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Small but traditional restaurant. Full on a wet windy February night. Food is first class, all fresh local produce. We had the 3 course 20-50 euro menu. Superb. 1 tip- book or you may be disappointed
We visited this restaurant for the 2nd time today on a day trip to France. We had prebooked a table this time as we were a party of 14 so would have struggled to get in! The restaurant itself is quite small- about 15 tables...More
Le Doyen is a very small restaurant, so we were lucky they had table for us. We did choose it from all the recommendations here, and they were true: Dining at Le Doyen is just excellent, with a very friendly, personal service. I'll be back!
Found this great little restaurant by chance. There were 6 of us and we got a table upstairs. Very French and quaint with many locals eating here too. Lots of different set price menus which seemed confusing. We all enjoyed our 3 courses. Mussels were...More
Haven't been here for a couple of years. Still excellent food and good service at a resonable price. 4 courses, wine and coffee €37.
I visit Boulogne a lot and have tried others places in Boulogne but for really top seafood I always find Le Doyen cannot be surpassed.
I wanted to go to this restaurant after reading the reviews on TA. We walked right by the alley where it is located, it is a tiny alley. The night we went it was cold but they had a heater going. It was very small...More
We (2) came across this little jem of a restaurant nr the main church sq. one evening. €20.5 menu v good value: Starters of hot chèvre salad with lardons and mushrooms & gratinee de fruits de mer, followed by trio of fish fillets in a...More