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4 based on 166 reviews
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We found this restaurant having visited Larmor Plage beach in Brittany. Very friendly staff, carefully decorated room and a pleasant terrace. My son had pizza reine which was generously topped with proper jambon sec and had a lovely crunchy edged base.My husband and I had the special of the day, white fish, (merlu), steamed to perfection and served with a delicate turmeric flavoured sauce, pilaff rice and a courgette and mushroom combo. Delicious. I had cafÃ© gourmand to follow with three little taster portions of puds plus a small black coffee. Hubby just had coffee and my son ordered a dame blanche ice cream dessert which was too big for him to finish so we had to help him out, sadly... A glass of smooth red wine, a kir breton and a cola completed the meal and the bill was a very reasonable 58â¬
4 based on 324 reviews
We eat here regularly but I don't review it each time, only when there is something to comment on. This visit we were able to eat outside on the terrace and, because I am diabetic, I was please to see that the menu had changed to a three or two course option so you could omit the dessert. The food was above it's usual high standard and the wine very reasonably priced considering it is right on the beach. The service was a bit chaotic to start with as, due to a breakdown in communication, our entrÃ©e arrived before our aperitif but after it was rectified the rest of the meal went smoothly and we were able to enjoy the wonderful two and a half hour Sunday lunch we so miss in the UK. As for value, the exchange rate works in our favour at present so it was excellent!
3 based on 140 reviews
The food and ambience was lovely.. But I clearly told the staff that I had a SEVERE AND LIFE THREATENING ALLERGY TO NUTS, PEANUTS, ALMONDS AND ALL FISH. I'm ok with seafood.The starter was fine. The main course came out and I asked by husband to check the side dish in the St Jacques as I suspected that there were nuts in it. My husband tasted it, and there were large pieces of nuts...We told the waitress who seemed very casual about it all. She bought some rice to go with the St Jacques. Expected me to just take the brochette from my plate and put it with the rice on new plate. She didn't realise that even 'touching' the nuts on my plate was dangerous. She then bought me a new brochette. Chefs and waiting staff need to be aware that customers can DIE!! In fact I almost died in Italy in December when a waitress mixed up the plates!I have two young children. I don't want to die yet! I carry Epipen Adrenalin with me.. I told the staff in the restaurant this.. But still I was given nuts!Get yourselves educated! Maybe do something as a group on the Island??? But don't risk someone's life! Imagine how you would feel with a death on your conscience. Please... Merci pour votre attention. C'est un problem serieux.
4 based on 575 reviews
Le Vivier is a classy restaurant, with a down-to-earth yet impeccable service. The food is very fresh and tasty from appetisers to deserts (quite rich and buttery, so not recommended if you are on a diet...). The restaurant is located on the shore with beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean. Will definitely come back! Thank you very much for your contributionYves GuÃ©guen
3 based on 132 reviews
We visited ill de Groix in Brittany and had 2 hours to wait for the island bus so settled down at The Le Safran Restaurant. The food was very good and the service was excellent. They were very happy for us to wile away our time sitting in the sunshine trying out their English and our French!
4 based on 119 reviews
We should probably have asked ourselves why we were eating virtually on our own in a large restaurant like this in the middle of July in a well known holiday spot....The Hotel / Restaurant / bar is indeed an interesting venue full of nick-nacks, photos, art, memorabilia, a pool table and a couple of interesting characters propping up the bar! Nothing wrong with that.But sadly the food was simply not very good. Some rather odd tasting fish, sauces which all seemed remarkably similar and pre-cooked veg.
4 based on 206 reviews
We ate here during our May 2014 visit to Groix, and were pleased that staff recognized us - a nice touch! Friendly service, easy-going but efficient. Superior smoked salmon, savory buckwheat galettes, and desert crepes; good wine and breton cider selections. Love "our" table in the very back, with view of the bustling one-chef kitchen.
4 based on 150 reviews
We rented a bike to visit the island and we have been recommended this restaurant by our taxi boat. We were not disappointed. The fish soup and the main fish were very good. If you still have some space after that, I highly recommend the cafe gourmand.
5 based on 93 reviews
Le marsouin vous propose Ã©galement sandwich duCLOCHER (au thon)et sa sauce vierge)FRITES BELGES(1ere sur L'Ile de groix)a EMPORTE
Nice atmosphere, seaview, fair price and very delicous food ! Also very cool and friendly staff! A very recomending place!:)
4 based on 383 reviews
No matter what you think..just get there and enjoy your food.The Chef, FredÃ©ric, is very inventive.This season, go for his apple stuffed with mackerel, then carry on with hake..Halibut is my first choice.i am not keen on deserts, but everybody will tell you that they are excellent.Wash it down with a " rosÃ© d'Anjou".And, what's more,the bill is very light.Congratulations to FrÃ©dÃ©ric and his wife, Julie.At the AlizÃ©s, you will always receive a warm welcome
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