Best European restaurants nearby. Discover the best European food in Saint-Lyphard. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for European restaurants near you. including Auberge Le Nezil, Auberge de Breca, Auberge de Kerhinet, La Mare aux Oiseaux, Gout'The, Carpe Diem, L'Agape, La Vieille Forge, La Potence, La Pierre Salee
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4 based on 440 reviews
Not really impresssed by overall (perceived) quality of restaurants in Guerande we finally decided for La Pierre Salee.Warmly welcome by the waitress, pretty nice, we opted for a couple of main courses as follows:- "magret de canard"- mixed meat " a la plaque" that's different kinds of meat you may cook directly at your table on a hot - plate and served with 3 different sauces- selection of cheeses and a dessertTotal fee â¬73 with a bottle of Chateau Charron Bordeaux.Overall good experience, not a top restaurant but honestly going....service was relaxed, absolutely not fast but when you're on holiday you don't care about it!!
4 based on 329 reviews
I tried the Menu Set for the day. I had Rump Steak and Nem Chocolat et Banane. Both of them were very nice, the Nem especially. We had breads as appetizer as usual, but with the salted butter, which is a specialty of Guerande. Very nice.The service was fast and the waitress was very friendly.
4 based on 247 reviews
We dined here to celebrate a friend's birthday; it's a great place for that special occasion. It's encouraging to find there are still good value restaurants in western France that take pride in serving up the best regional cuisine. Service is friendly and personal from the moment you arrive. The restaurant is split into 2 small rooms, one overlooking an attractive courtyard, so there is an intimate atmosphere. Everything is done correctly but not too formally. The emphasis is on your enjoyment of their cooking. Our table all chose from one of the set menus; even so we had difficulty choosing between tempting dishes. Naturally there is plenty of fish and shellfish on offer. The wine list is quite extensive and has some interesting to Loire valley and Bordeaux appellations to taste. We all admired the standard of cuisine in every course; it's quite unusual to find such consistency from amuse bouche to desert.
4 based on 343 reviews
Unlike most of the restaurants in Guerande, which mainly cater for the tourists, L'Agape is a fine restaurant serving quality food and wines. There is only a small fixed price menu (29â¬) with circa 5 starters, 5 mains and 5 deserts but each are sufficiently different to offer a good choice. The food is very tasty and beautifully cooked. The service is welcoming and friendly. Just outside the city walls, I fully recommend.
4 based on 249 reviews
Between the surf and the turf in Escoublac, 5 minutes from La Bauleâs town centre, CÃ©line LehuÃ©dÃ© looks forward to welcoming you in charming rustic surroundings with a young atmosphere. The chef, FrÃ©dÃ©ric LehuÃ©dÃ© creates an inventive cuisine with the best
I went to the Carpe Diem restaurant for a Sunday lunch with business guests from overseas.The restaurant is located about 2km from the La Baule beach front, in a quiet area with plenty of parking places for guests. The decoration is sober with shades of anthracite and the main dining room has about 10 tables, including a very large one that looks like it can seat 10-15 guests. At the end of the dining room there is a large fireplace, which was a nice touch on the drizzly day when we visited.The menu features about 6-7 choices for apetizers, 4-5 fish main courses, 4-5 meat main courses, and half a dozen desserts.We had 4 of the apetizers and shared them, so we each tried 4 apetizers. The foie gras poÃ«llÃ© was a big success with everyone, as were the fresh oysters and the escargot ball. The scallops were also very good, but that particular portion was a bit small.For the main course, we all had the slow-cooked sole, which was a delight and there the portions were so large that some of my guests could barely finish their plate.My guests all had the Valrhona chocolate desert and were extremely pleased with it.The meal started and ended with a plate of "mignardises" small free tidbits to tie one over until the first dish arrived, and at the end to accompany coffee. A nice touch. Overall the restaurant was half-full but service was extremely prompt and friendly.A great restaurant to which I will be sure to return.
5 based on 206 reviews
A very nice tearoom to take a beak after an afternoon of roaming the streets and 'remparts' of old GuÃ©rande.I recommend the delicious scones, in particular.The owner is very friendly and the outside sitting area provides welcome and relaxing shade, a bit off the beaten track of GuÃ©rande's busy shopping streets and tourist attractions.Gourmet teas and coffees are also on sale at a reasonable price.thank you
4 based on 956 reviews
In the middle of an amazing natural environment, stands this unique place hotel and restaurant, owned by Eric Guerin, a guy from the region that came back to his homeland after having travelled in a few interesting places. His cuisine his graphically beautiful, enhances local products with a subtile touch of Asia and of modernity, the result is well balanced, surprising but understandable, and a very interesting value for money !!!
4 based on 81 reviews
After a long walk in the area (18 kilometers) we stopped at the Auberge de Kerhinet for a drink and some snacks. The setting was lovely, outside among flowers, and the waitress was very helpful. Even though it was time for coffee and pastries, she managed to get a patÃ© for my husband. The patÃ© as well as the cake "nantais" were delicious, and we will come back for sure when we are back in the region. It was a very pleasant surprise to get such high quality food and friendly service in such a remote area. They certainly did not take advantage of the fact that they are the only restaurante in Kerhinet.
4 based on 286 reviews
After a punt around the marshes, which was the highlight of our day and definitely recommended, we stopped off for a late lunch at Auberge de Breca, which seemed our best bet in the area! We enjoyed our meal, which was good but not outstanding. I would recommend Auberge if you were in this area and enjoying the marshes by boat or horse and trap, but not necessarily worthy of a special trip just for the culinary experience. The service was better than most we had in the area over this busy weekend.
4 based on 253 reviews
We were staying close to St Lyphard and we're looking for a restaurant to celebrate a birthday. This lovely restaurant was just what was needed for the celebration.The menu whilst not extensive was more than adequate, changes monthly and the quality was excellent. The choice of wines was also good and we had a nice Longodoc and a good White Burgundy. The full menu including entree, plat and dessert was â¬32 which for the quality of food was really good.
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