Reviews on European food in La Richardais, France including Les Relais d'Alsace, Le Millesime, Le Bulot, Deux Degres Ouest, Restaurant Bouche en Folie, La Gourmandise, Restaurant L'Aristide, Le Mole, Autour du Beurre, Le Spinnaker
4 based on 270 reviews
The Foie Gras was probably the best we have ever had, my pigeon en croute was superb. Everything about the chocolate desert was delicious. All this with friendly efficient service and all the little things that make for a memorable experience.
4 based on 822 reviews
Come discover an instinctive yet mastered cuisine, which allows Bordier butters to express themselves with seasonal products. The 'Bistro Autour du Beurre' offers you ideas full of freshness. Our Chef Steve Delamaire cooks with local fishing and market pr
The old city of St Malo known as Intra Moroâs is a centre of tourism. One result of this popularity is that it is awash with cafes and restaurants that feature crepes, galettes and moules frites. There are, however, a few excellent restaurants and one of the best is the Bistro Autour du Beurre Bordier. Jean-Yvette Bordier is recognised as a leading producer of cheese and butter and, as an adjunct to his shop, he has opened his bistro next door. The menu is not extensive but each dish cleverly uses flavoured butters and a sample of eight of them is presented before your meal with freshly baked bread. The wine list is presented to complement the cuisine and both are not outrageously priced. The restaurant is very popular with only about 30 covers so a reservation is essential. Donât miss this novel and delicious restaurant in St Malo.
4 based on 566 reviews
Enjoyed a delicious early evening dinner here. Much more than just crepes on the menu. We chose the chicken dish and a galette, both very tasty. We needed to eat early and they were very helpful and friendly.
4 based on 343 reviews
Cuisine franÃ§aise revisitÃ©e. 100% "fait maison". Petite salle de 18 couverts. Ambiance cosy idÃ©ale pour dÃ©jeuner oÃ¹ dÃ®ner en couple. Pas de menu enfant. Pas de chaise haute ni de table Ã langer. Restaurant trop petit pour accueillir des poussettes. Adult
Walk past the Large restaurants with their inviting terraces and try thia unassuming cosy place. Not many tables but food packed with flavour. Try the sea bream special.
4 based on 284 reviews
We went to this brilliant restaurant 2 days ago we were the first ones in that evening. We were greeted by a lovely friendly young woman who was front of house and said her English was poor but she was amazing. Our 2 boys were introduced to new foods and loved them all. We had lobster salad (â¬5 extra) and the boys foir gras we all had the beef which was cooked to perfection medium rare! The accompanying veg was just enough. Our deserts were lovely too. Nice touch of some hor derves before the starter and bread.We can recommend the Chablis it was smooth and very nice. We can't recommend this restaurant enough and we will definitely be going back as its on our favourite list now. Chef sent us out limoncello drinks too.
4 based on 971 reviews
We took two lunch menus, with fish and crab.Crab and raw bream, then monkish fillet. All was tasty, prepared it great taste and beautifully arranged on the dishes.Maybe is the service a little too grumpy and the restaurant, a bit cramped.Coffee was OK, we took no wine.
4 based on 194 reviews
Due to the reviews we expected a lot from this place. In retrospect we realize: some things were good, many things were not. Both appetizers were disappointing, the ravioli watery, the beetroots close to tasteless. Of two times calf one was massively tough. The pre-ordered dessert was sold out at the end. Conclusion: disappointing.Dear Francis, First of all thank you for your review. Your remarks imply an answer from us.The ravioli (which are 3) are not "watery". They came on plate with a celery water wich is a full part of the receipe. It's a shame that you didn't undersand that as it is written on the menu.The beetroot may not been your taste but how could be a beetroot tasteless ! It's marinated into red wine sauce and comes on plate with sour cream spum, smoked duckling breast, wild peppers mix and fines herbs ! Maybe the beetroot wasn't what you expected as you asked our waitress many times "what is a beetroot ?" ! I'm also really suprised about one the calf beeing "tough" as both of your pieces comes from the same animal. Nevertheless you didnt asked us for another one we would had been pleased to prepare again especially for you.Finally, again, we aplogogize that the chocolate dessert you pre-order wasnt avaiblable but I personnaly decided to don't serve it as it didn't meet the quality level that I impose on kitchens.
4 based on 316 reviews
We had toured the Saint Emilion wine region of France and were overnight in St. Malo prior to an early morning ferry. Our hotel was too far away to walk into the centre of St. Malo and being a Tuesday evening, there wasn't a huge choice in the area. After some research, Le Bulot seemed to fit the bill so we booked a table for six in advance. We arrived early and sat on the terrace for some bottles of wine and were given a tasty Amuse Bouche of a fish terrine. One in our group was adventurous and ordered some Oysters and Whelks (Les Bulots) for an entree and enjoyed them. I went for the Beef Carpaccio that was on the specials menu and whereas it was cut a little thick, it was tasty with the delicious pesto dressing. Main courses consisted of the House Salad that was very generous, a few went for the filet with a peppercorn sauce and were pleased, my wife opted for the Special of the Day which was Scallops in a very nice sauce whilst I went for the Tuna with a basil dressing. I asked for it cooked medium rather than Mi-Cuit and it came perfectly prepared. A few in the group opted for puddings and they looked nice. The bill that included plenty of wine was extremely reasonable and the service was attentive and friendly. Le Bulot is a typical French Bistro with nice sea views and a relaxed atmosphere - I would happily return.
4 based on 1007 reviews
The MILLESIM ', bar to wine-restaurant, situated to intra-muros SAINT MALO will propose you his French speciality of delicatessen, cheeses, meats, creative pancakes, gourmet salads, dishes of the market or some auction. Discovery of wines of French region
We chose to go to Millesime primarily based on other reviews. It has a bright and busy ambience even though it is on the small and therefore cramped side. The menu isn't very extensive - we chose the pave of beef and the duck. The pave was comfortably on the medium side of medium-rare and the duck was nothing remarkable, so we were left with a degree of disappointment. It seemed that everyone had been booked in at 19.30 (that was the only slot offered when I booked online) and it was nearly an hour before any food popped up. We were also surprised when the party of four men next to us left, as they extracted two dogs from under their table. To be fair, they had been totally invisible, but it's a rare happening these days.To clarify your criticism I would like to criticize you too, because we have two services, one around 19:30 and the other towards 21h15 and you forget to say that you had the dishes later because you have taken an aperitif and that in France we wait for the end of the aperitif To bring the first dishes... To finish you criticize me for accepting customers with their dogs, I think I dream with so much nonsense...
4 based on 274 reviews
This attractively decorated restaurant has a varied menu with a la carte and set meals. Service was friendly and efficient and the dishes we ordered were delicious. I particularly recommend the Chicken Brochettes. There is local street parking which is free during the evening
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