Discover Restaurants offering the best European food in Pirou, France including Le Restaurant de la Mer, La Badine, Restaurant de la Lande, La Ferme des Mares, Le Normandy, Le Mascaret, Le Commerce, Les Dunes, La Brasserie
4 based on 51 reviews
I sat outside at this lovely brasserie on a beautiful night. It is situated in the town square of Periers 1 block from a beautiful church. It was truly a beautiful evening. The staff was very friendly and made me feel very special for choosing to eat there while being in a small village. I had the salmon and it was delicious and cooked perfectly. Truly a remarkable evening meal.Thanks for your review and we are looking forward to welcome you in 2016!
3 based on 84 reviews
Come and enjoy the view of sea , have a drink with some tapas at the bar enjoy seafood or fishing returns but also our barbecue terrace feet in the sand with friends or family and to animate your evenings concerts will be offered throughout the year.
We went to Les Dunes 3 times, during the low season, but it was nearly full everytime.The restaurant is excessively well placed, in the dunes - hence its name! - overlooking the beach and the sea.Itâs more of a bistro than a traditional restaurant, exactly what you expect to find on the beach.Simple tables and chairs, as i was told there is quite a lot of in-and-out during the summer season.The menu is limited, and mostly about fish and seafood, yet proposes enough choice for everyone and also a couple of meat-based dishes.Quality is excellent, very tasty, perfect size portions and service fast.I recommend the âmoules mariniÃ¨resâ, they are excellent!We went 3 times so far and were never disappointed.We were twice lucky to have a table by the window (we booked), so we could enjoy the sunset over the sea.The second time was in the evening and there was a live band, and the atmosphere was brilliant.We loved the place!
4 based on 169 reviews
We tried this place on spec having just arrived from Calais. The place was friendly, plenty of locals. The meat and fish were cooked on a wood fire. Very simple but tasty, served with thin chips and a lettuce salad with a tasty dressing. My wife and our friend had Tarte au CitroÃ«n. They both said it was very good. Fairly cheap for 3 meals play de jour 12.50 euros 55 euros including drinks and coffee.
4 based on 254 reviews
When I looked online and saw the menu, I couldn't believe the prices. A Michelin starred lunch at â¬25? The same price as the bistro 5 minutes away?No reason not to book!Finally we went for dinner and the 5 course tasting menu. Fresh flavors. 5 courses with plenty to eat without feeling stuffed at the end of the meal. True, there aren't tons of side veggies as some have noted, but there is more than enough to eat.And the bread... Homemade, with homemade butter, jams, chutneys, salts, honeys... Yes, I could have made a meal of the bread but then I would certainly have felt stuffed.The service is top of the line. Michelin gave them a star, so nothing surprising.The silverware is surprising and pleasant.A lovely dinner,Thank you so much to the entire teamMerci pour ce si gentil commentaire qui nous encourage tant.C'Ã©tait un grand plaisir de vous servir et j'espÃ¨re vous revoir bientÃ´t.Bien cordialementNadia HArdy
4 based on 54 reviews
We chanced upon this restaurant and were very pleasantly surprised. Food was excellent - modest, local fare but good and just what we needed. Very good value for money too.
4 based on 116 reviews
The owner recommended the Demi Pension (Half Board) as being good value for residents but we preferred the Carte as we both wanted different dishes and a greater selection. My wife started with the Terrine de Filet de Caille & de Lapin cÃ¨pes et noisettes, gros croÃ»tons comme une biscuit, crÃ¨me lÃ©gÃ¨re au Miso, petite garniture de pickles (quail breast and Rabbit Terrine with porcini and hazelnuts and pickles garnished with light cream). I chose the MariniÃ¨res de coquillages, bouillons de carottes de sables lÃ©gÃ¨rement crÃ©mÃ©, amandes farcies (a selection of shellfish in various sauces and stuffings). We had spent 6 weeks enjoying French wines so nostalgically my wife selected a decent Marlborough, but a Muscadet would have done for me.For her main course my wife selected the Magret de Canard, beautifully rare with all the trimmings. I chose Poisson du Moment (Catch of the Day) which was beautifully grilled locally sourced Hake with wild mushrooms. We did without cheese and my wife had a very pretty and tasty fruit selection pictured. I went for the scrumptious desert pictured. As my wife was going to finish off the wine she treated me to a 10 year old Calvados night cap. Dinner and drinks cost â¬92.91. Food, presentation and service were excellent.
4 based on 86 reviews
Nice place and interieur. We ordered the days menu and dicovered that part of the food was simply reheated and not fresh. French fries were oily and not really tasty.Desserts and starters are okay but nothing special. Selection of drinks and wine was good.Staff was friendly.
4 based on 84 reviews
La Badine is situated in an ideal position, just down the road from the lovely beach at CrÃ©ances, in the Manche. The new owners offer a very varied menu at incredibly reasonable prices; all the food is home-made or sourced locally. Where else could you order 6 oysters from nearby Blainville for 8â¬? Steaks or lamb are cooked over an open fire and all the desserts are carefully concocted by Vanessa. Or you could take the kids in to enjoy a galette with ham and cheese or a pancake served with a delicious chocolate sauce. The atmosphere is very relaxed and both David and Vanessa speak English; you will be made very welcome
4 based on 182 reviews
On a very cold Tuesday in a somewhat remote area we found this restaurant open at noon and rushed in gratefully. We were the only customers, but we got excellent service and food. This is an oyster cultivation area, and one can see the oyster beds and oystermen tending the beds from the restaurant's window. The tide was very low when we were there, and horses pulling sulkies were being exercised on the hard wet sand. It was exceedingly pleasant to eat oysters, drink chablis, and watch the movement of the tide.
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