Avoid this restaurant like the plague . Waiter look down his nose at us. The restaurant is stuck on a industrial estate . Food mediocre and over priced
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Four of us visited this restaurant at lunchtime before catching the ferry back to Newhaven . We have eaten there before , a few years ago . We were greeted eagerly , infact over zealously , and were soon seated with drinks and menus ....More
My husband tried smoked salmon and it was brilliant, while i stood on seafood. Desserts were homemade and it was overall a very good experience.
Having visited twice with my daughter in 2015, I was keen to take my wife as well. This is a classic bistro with well prepared and presented food. It's justifiably popular with French gourmands so it's worth booking. Not cheap but good value.
We had a delightful dinner at this restaurant in mid May 2016. The service was top notch and the food excellent - not cheap but you get what you pay for. I will go again to this restaurant again if and when I am next...More
The restaurant is somewhere on the pier, the place is poorly. But the oysters are absolutely fresh and they suggest a good variety of local fish. Waiter can show the big plate with fresh fish. The only tuna is not local, san pierre, sole, lot,...More
This restaurant lies off the beating track, and appears to be a local secret. We went a Thursday lunchtime, and arriving at 12.30 the place was heaving, but luckily they could accommodate us. The catch of the day is presented on a platter for inspection....More
We struggled through a dark rainy night to find this restaurant - not easy to find, sadly the welcome was very poor, my french is not too bad and well up to being in a restaurant, even so it took ages to even get a...More