France Food Guide: 10 European food Must-Eat Restaurants & Street Food Stalls in Ploumilliau

July 6, 2021 Flossie Demartino

Discover Restaurants offering the best European food in Ploumilliau, France including Grand Hotel Des Bains, Les Filets Bleus, L'Anthocyane, Le Borneo, Le Tire Bouchon, Tooti Bon, la dame de nage, Le Cafe du Port, Grand Hotel Des Bains, hotel du port

10. hotel du port

5 Place du Port 29241, 29241 Locquirec France French, European, Gastropub Lunch, Dinner, Late Night Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Table Service, Highchairs Available [email protected] +33 2 98 15 32 98 http://hotelduport-locquirec.fr
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4 based on 299 reviews

Reviewed By TheRodwells

Great little find on the port front. Very welcoming and helpful in choosing our dishes - even made up a sharing starter that wasn't on the menu. Would highly recommend and will certainly be back when next in the area. Keep up the good job!

9. Grand Hotel Des Bains

15 rue de l Eglise, 29241 Locquirec France French, International, European, Diner Dinner, Breakfast, Drinks Reservations, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Table Service, Outdoor Seating, Private Dining, Parking Available, Validated Parking, Free Off-Street Parking, Serves Alcohol, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards [email protected] +33 2 98 67 41 02 http://www.grand-hotel-des-bains.com/
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4 based on 62 reviews

Grand Hotel Des Bains

Our Cuisine: The spirit of welcome has permeated the very essence of the Grand Hotel des Bains since its origin. As a family run hotel, we want our guests to feel really at home here. We like the good things in life, and we like to share them with our gue

Reviewed By CaptainPicard_7

WE ate here twice. We only wanted to eat here once but had to a second time as the other restaurants in the port were closed on a Monday. Both meals were superb: French cuisine of the highest order with service to match, but not the overly superior style you used to get but professional and friendly and very much in the old-school style. Decent choice on the menu (but seafood didn't feature as highly as it could have done) with dished prepared with flair and style, well cooked using the best produce. Ample space between tables. The set menu was 39 Euros and represented very good value for money considering. Comfortable bar with roaring fire (most of the time in the evening) even in the summer.Dear Captain Picard,Thank you very much for your kind review, and thank you also for sharing it with the world!We are pleased to read you have recognized and enjoyed our fine cuisine, in a good atmosphere.We do have to admit that sometimes we use the fireplace in the summer time. Brittany...We are looking forward to welcoming you back soon.Please receive our Best Regards,Amaury LEGRAND

8. Le Cafe du Port

59 route du Port, 22300 Tredrez-Locquemeau France French, Bar, Cafe, European Lunch, Dinner Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service +33 2 96 35 23 34
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4 based on 200 reviews

Reviewed By lisapZ3522LT

Our yearly trip to Locquemeau wouldn't be complete without eating moules frites at Le Cafe du Port. Lovely relaxing atmosphere, large delicious serves for a reasonable price. The crepes desserts were delicious too. Friendly staff and good atmosphere. Don't forget a walk around the pier at the end of the meal. Worth booking a table in Summer.

7. la dame de nage

4 Place du Port, 29241 Locquirec France French, Mediterranean, European, Spanish, Deli Lunch, Dinner Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Digital Payments, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Highchairs Available, Free Wifi [email protected] +33 9 86 26 25 25
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4 based on 332 reviews

la dame de nage

Restaurant in front of the sea. Many tapas and home made food, bar.Between 4 and 13 €. English and spanish spoken

Reviewed By Therealartestu

We stumbled upon this place, as there wasn't a lot else open on a miserable wet Wednesday evening in March.In short it was so good we went back the next night and it was even better!Everyone else inside was French, which is always a good sign, and one of the very French things about this place is as you walk in, on the left is the bar, on the right the restaurant, so there's a great buzz and atmosphere that builds up almost imperceptibly throughout the evening.Tapas is the theme, but not the only thing available - we had the Salmon, the Pork and the Serrano ham ones for starters - yum. Then one night Moules Marinieres and chicken curry (in a french restaurant!) and the next night the curry and the burger - which I personally rate every restaurant by, and this was excellent.Some of the quirky but lovable characteristics are the decor, (a bit arte nouveau with a hint of modernism) , and the menus, contained within the pages of hardback french cartoon annuals - genius., and yes the tables are a bit close together but that's a very french thing.The staff were attentive and spoke very good english, and were delightful with our 6 year old, who ate from the childrens menu.When you add in the carafe of Rose (excellent) and the couple of beers, it worked out at 25euros a head - not cheap, but such a wonderful little place - cant wait to go back on a sunny evening and maybe eat outside on the terrace overlooking the beach and harbour.

6. Tooti Bon

10 rue de Keriavily 22 300, 22300 Lannion France European Lunch Takeout, Reservations, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Table Service [email protected] +33 2 96 14 65 72 http://tootibon.blog.free.fr
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4 based on 124 reviews

Tooti Bon

Reviewed By Tiggertigger

We stumbled upon this little gem whilst looking for somewhere to eat on Lannion's very busy market day. Luckily the restaurant were able to squeeze us in. As a vegetarian, I was happy to find a "vegetarian" restaurant in France. The concept of the restaurant is great. You choose your own starter from a selection, and there is a choice of two main courses, meat or vegetarian. Desserts and drinks are also self-service, and all reasonably priced, with the type of wide and interesting selection one would expect to find in such a restaurant. It's not fine dining, but it is good, wholesome food in a relaxed and friendly environment.The food was excellent, high quality, fresh and tasty. The service was also really, really good. There is a reason this place is so busy, so make sure you make a reservation.

5. Le Tire Bouchon

8 rue de Keriavily, 22300 Lannion France French, European Lunch, Dinner Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service +33 2 96 37 10 43
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4 based on 378 reviews

Le Tire Bouchon

Reviewed By OnceBittenMelbourne

Unlike so many other restaurants, Le Tire Bouchon makes a definite statement about its cuisine: no fries, no sauce! Our first visit was on a sunny lunchtime in early September, where a close examination of the various "formules" on offer excited our curiosity, especially since to seniors such as we, all the options seemed to offer good value for money. Others must have thought the same because the only table available was in the street. We sat down and were promptly given a menu from which we could choose a-la-carte or a formule. My wife and I both ordered from the formule menu, and I do remember our choices were well-presented and tasted delicious.The service too was very good, so much so that at the end of our meal, we made a reservation to return in a few weeks and try an evening sitting.And we did. Again we were seated promptly, and again we received the same friendly service - this time our waiter clearly spoke better English than we spoke French! I ordered from the Formule 22 menu and chose the smoked salmon with dill for my entree (delicious); for my main I chose the pork belly with a creamy mushroom sauce and boiled, small new potatoes (excellent); and for dessert I guiltily chose a nougat ice-cream topped with raspberry sauce (annoyingly more-ish!) My wife had a pork terrine for her entree and a main course of mini-scallops, rice, caramelised onions and a small lettuce salad. Her verdict? Excellent!The wine list was fairly extensive but (as usual) we played safe and went with the house red, a merlot. At Euro 7.50 for 50cl it too was well worth the money!So a little gem in Lannion - thoroughly recommended.

4. Le Borneo

7 rue de Viarmes, 22300 Lannion France Italian, French, European Lunch, Dinner, Late Night Takeout, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service +33 2 96 37 06 27 http://www.lannion-perros.maville.com/restaurants-bars/restaurant/le-borneo-6040
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4 based on 527 reviews

Le Borneo

Reviewed By OlivierCool

I have never been disappointed here. The quality/price is very good, we are warmly welcomed by professionals who are cool, have a witty tongue but are eager to fulfill our requirements.Of course the pizza is not a specific briton dish, but it is so good here I never forget to come at lunch or at dinner during my holidays.The service is excellent and good humored.A restaurant not to miss.

3. L'Anthocyane

25 avenue Ernest Renan, 22300 Lannion France French, European Lunch, Dinner, Late Night Reservations, Private Dining, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service +33 2 96 38 30 49 http://www.lanthocyane.com
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5 based on 440 reviews

L'Anthocyane

Reviewed By alex2013998

We had the 46 Eur menu.Top quality food,experienced and attentive service.Mostly local guests.Modern interior design.Clearly above Michelin star level.Only suggestion is to quote prices inclusive the 20 percent tax.

2. Les Filets Bleus

67 Rt Port de Locquemeau Pointe de Sehar, 22300 Tredrez-Locquemeau France Seafood, French, European Lunch, Dinner Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Street Parking, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Digital Payments, Reservations, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Parking Availab [email protected] +33 2 96 35 22 26 http://www.lesfiletsbleus.fr
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4 based on 329 reviews

Les Filets Bleus

Reviewed By TonySwiss

We visited for Friday lunch without a reservation and got a table next to the panorama windows with a superb view of the harbour. I ordered the Euro 29.90 menu with a fish and scallop mousseline with tomato sorbet starter, followed by lamb shank with mashed potatoes, and fondant chocolate with a light sauce for dessert. My wife chose John Dory fish with leeks a la carte, followed by creme brulee. I had a glass of the house red and my wife a glass of the house white. We rounded the meal off with two coffees. Service was very good throughout. All of the food was nicely presented and well cooked, but lacked a little bit of flair. My mousseline was excellent, and the tomato sorbet added an intriguing taste contrast. My lamb was slightly overdone, and the potatoes were bland, as was my wife's fish. Both desserts were excellent. The bill came to Euro 71, which was very fair.

Where to eat International food in Ploumilliau: The Best Restaurants and Bars

1. Grand Hotel Des Bains

15 rue de l Eglise, 29241 Locquirec France French, International, European, Diner Dinner, Breakfast, Drinks Reservations, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Table Service, Outdoor Seating, Private Dining, Parking Available, Validated Parking, Free Off-Street Parking, Serves Alcohol, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards [email protected] +33 2 98 67 41 02 http://www.grand-hotel-des-bains.com/
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4 based on 62 reviews

Grand Hotel Des Bains

Our Cuisine: The spirit of welcome has permeated the very essence of the Grand Hotel des Bains since its origin. As a family run hotel, we want our guests to feel really at home here. We like the good things in life, and we like to share them with our gue

Reviewed By CaptainPicard_7

WE ate here twice. We only wanted to eat here once but had to a second time as the other restaurants in the port were closed on a Monday. Both meals were superb: French cuisine of the highest order with service to match, but not the overly superior style you used to get but professional and friendly and very much in the old-school style. Decent choice on the menu (but seafood didn't feature as highly as it could have done) with dished prepared with flair and style, well cooked using the best produce. Ample space between tables. The set menu was 39 Euros and represented very good value for money considering. Comfortable bar with roaring fire (most of the time in the evening) even in the summer.Dear Captain Picard,Thank you very much for your kind review, and thank you also for sharing it with the world!We are pleased to read you have recognized and enjoyed our fine cuisine, in a good atmosphere.We do have to admit that sometimes we use the fireplace in the summer time. Brittany...We are looking forward to welcoming you back soon.Please receive our Best Regards,Amaury LEGRAND

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