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4 based on 80 reviews
Visited Huelgoat (lovely square) and although most places do accept dogs, we were able to park right outside and with a window seat were able to see the dogs while eating.Very welcoming and spoke good English. Great deep fried meat filled pastries to start with including a chilli chutney and fish for my wife, main course was cod for my wife and beef for me. Restaurant is big and there is also a bar across the main hall for lighter bites. Two course each, 4 white wines, badoit water and coffees; 38 euros.Would gladly re-visit if we come back this way.
4 based on 64 reviews
This is a very popular restaurant and rightly so. The chef works alone and non stop from open doors til closing, His food is beautifully presented and absolutely delicious. I cannot praise him enough. The service is quick and friendly and the prices reasonable.
3 based on 237 reviews
This restaurant has to be one of the most reliable institutions in France. When other places have closed because it's Sunday, August, the local 'Pardon' or the Feast of the Assumption, the HÃ´tel du Lac is there. The food isn't fancy but there's plenty of variety and it's all done to a good standard. And the wine is all reasonably priced!Instead of having a crÃªpe for lunch, try a HÃ´tel du Lac pizza. They're really quite impressive - cooked in a proper pizza oven in the traditional Neapolitan style. Good value, too.
4 based on 29 reviews
The Auberge du Menez-Bras is basically a working mans mid day restaurant which like other routier restaurants serves an excellent meal for 11 or 12 euros including wine. Unlike many similar restaurants this routier is open for Sunday lunch but at a small increase in cost.Assuming that you are not a worker stopping for his (or hers) mid day lunch enter by the left hand entrance door and you walk into a room with nicely laid tables and you will be eating with customers who are similar to yourself. If however you want to eat with the working man or woman, enter by the right hand entrance! Unlike many routier restaurants you do have a choice of menu. This usually takes the form of a buffet starter, where you leave the room and go into the buffet area which adjoins the workers eating area, take your plate and help yourself to the very large selection of buffet items which includes cold meats, salads and fish. At this time the desserts are arranged around the buffet and you are encouraged to choose your desert and take it back to your table with your starter. You can then return to the buffet area, take an empty glass pitcher and fill it from the choice of wines provided and return to your table. When it is evident that you have finished your starter you will be offered a choice of hot main courses usually 2 or 3 options and these will be served to you at your table. A cheese platter is often included and you can order coffee, tea or any other drinks from the bar at an extra cost of course.This eating experience is not to be rushed, the staff will often give priority to the working man who is generally limited to 90 minutes so you need to allow about 2 hours for this very good meal.If you are in Huelgoat, give it a try
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