Reviews on Seafood food in Ploubazlanec, Paimpol, including GAEC de Pors-Even, Le Neptune, Chez Tonton Guy, L'Islandais Restaurant, Restaurant du Port, Le Quai Ouest, Au Grand Large, Les Terrasses de Brehat, Le Fumoir de Paimpol, Bar a huitres - Le Guen Chaumard
Things to do in Ploubazlanec
Trovato per caso Ã¨ stata una scoperta interessante. Ottime ostriche,piÃ¹ fresche .non si puÃ²!!!! Posto tranquillo e bella la vista giÃ frequentatissimo a una settimana dall'apertura. Andate a scoprirlo
Face au port de Paimpol, ce fut une vraie dÃ©couverte que cet Ã©tablissement artisanal de fumaison et conserverie ! Nous avons rapportÃ© des produits de qualitÃ© Ã offrir et Ã nous offrir. C'est un endroit oÃ¹ l'on peut "se poser" et "pauser" pour dÃ©guster une planche garnie suivie d'un bon cafÃ©. Un menu de choix pour nous qui adorons les produits fumÃ©s. De plus, nous avons beaucoup apprÃ©ciÃ© l'accueil, les conseils et la gentillesse du patron des lieux (et de sa fille !). Nous prÃ©voyons de revenir prochainement et ne manquerons pas de dÃ©guster la planche "SÃ©lection du Chef " dÃ¨s que nous le pourrons. A refaire sans hÃ©sitation !
3 based on 191 reviews
Ate here for my girlfriend's birthday. The location is stunning with great views over the sea towards Ile de Brehat. We got the seafood platter which was an impressive spread, we'd never eaten anything like it before but just got stuck in. Not sure it's something I'd eat again though. The staff were superb and we even got a lift back to our hotel when they couldn't get a taxi for us.
3 based on 144 reviews
Excellent views over the harbour at pretty Loguivy and good use of local ingredients in a menu that offers something for everyone - eg those just seeking a moules-frites type meal or those looking for something more. We tried the monkfish osso-bucco, which was good, and the dover sole, which was okay but not as well cooked as it should have been. Both were Â£20 plus. Madame was sociable and helpful and has put together a wine list which reflects her own fine tastes - some unusual choices on this, from Brusset Cotes de Rhone to Irouleguy. We enjoyed ourselves overall (good atmosphere) but like some others I couldn't help feeling that the total cost of our meal (which with starters and wine exceeded Â£100) was much higher than I thought it was worth and that the cuisine ultimately lacked some refinement and (like someone else has said) excitement. Our experiences suggested it can be busy at lunchtime, less so in the evening.
4 based on 189 reviews
My wife and I were welcomed by the resident dog and shown to a seat by the dog's human. We had simple fare. She had a meat and cheese plate, I had a duck breast and fries. We washed it down with a simple house red wine.The food was delicious. The dog made sure we ate every morsel. I would definitely return to the Quay Ouestthank you for your comment and your time. We are happy to receive you and to speak english.
4 based on 831 reviews
We had dinner here, and as we had reserved a table, had a lovely table on the first floor by the window, with views over the port....a lovely location! My husband and I both went for the 25 euros set meal, and I had the grilled sardines, followed salmon, with a butter sauce to follow...all delicious. I couldnât resist the salted caramel ice cream. Our waiter was very friendly and helpful, and we had a very enjoyable evening.
4 based on 1212 reviews
Open 7/7 all year, noon and evening Loaded with history, L'Icelandic proposes a traditional cuisine elaborated by our chef Florian in very different marine universes. Pancakes, pancakes, rib steaks, seafood, gourmet salads, ... Coffee break, gourmet break
As one of the waterfront restaurants i understand that prices are higher, but we were quite disappointed by our teeny tiny fish and chips (the chips being flabby celery fries) that cost almost 20 bucks. I ordered my favourite wine, it tasted bad, but they took it back and i had a cider instead. The service was ok. not particularly friendly but ok. Bonjour,Je me souviens trÃ¨s bien de votre passage, Madame. Le sancerre est Ã©galement un de mes vins favori. Nous travaillons avec la maison ChÃ©reau CarrÃ© depuis de nombreuse annÃ©es, quel dommage que vous ne l'ayez pas apprÃ©ciez!Concernant le fish and Chips, le poisson est prÃ©parÃ© par nos soins Ã l'instant, et les frites sont des frites de lÃ©gumes comme Ã©noncÃ© sur la carte. C'est un de nos plats incontournable sur la carte de cet Ã©tÃ©.Nous vous souhaitons de bonne vacance
4 based on 566 reviews
Seafood, fresh local fish, casseroles or grilled food come together. Discover as well the unmissable Breton crÃªpes and galettes. To go with all your meals, let us suggest our selection of wines. Terrace on the port Restaurant of the K'Loys hotel Warm and
Having tried most of the rather touristique restaurants along the quayside over the last few years, we've found this one of the better. It's not haute cuisine by any imagination but there is a touch of imagination and invention about the food here, with occasional surprises; their tomato and watermelon gazpacho, for example, is colourful, good tasting, and worthy of a quality restaurant. A recent Sunday lunchtime 'noble fish' choice of sea bass didn't disappoint. Desserts are pretty formulaic and could be better; a crepe is a good option. The wine list has some good choices, particularly by the carafe, where the Visan blanc may be a rough viognier but works well with the food. What makes this place stand out for me, though, is the maitre d': what a great front of house presence he is and watching him working the tables is a lesson in great hospitality. Whether he's dealing with older people like us, the young or children, he gets it right. An extra star for him.
4 based on 827 reviews
We go 20kms from Treguier to Paimpol to get to Le Neptune, passing closer restos on the way. It is reliable, good food nicely prepared and with pleasing service. The red and black ambiance is warmly intimate. Three of us had monkfish/lotte, one had cote de veau all of us were happy. We washed our dinners down with carafes of the house white and red. A fine evening unspoilt by anything.
4 based on 209 reviews
thank you for the sweetest little moules crispy frites and delicious crepes with salted caramel saucegood yeasty local beer very good value with excellent service and smiley humour from the patron tiny little village best in brittany yea
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