Find out what French restaurants to try in Saint-Vaast-la-Hougue including La Bisquine, Hotel de france Restaurant les Fuchsias, Le Chasse Maree, La criee du Tomahawk, La Chaumiere Hotel, La Marina, Restaurant le Panoramique, Le Debarcadere, Restaurant le Solveig, Le detour
Things to do in Saint-Vaast-la-Hougue
4 based on 53 reviews
We went to le DÃ©tour on the first day it opened and were charmed by the friendly welcome! Fast forward a few weeks and what a change! Obviously, a visit on market day (Saturday ) in St Vaast is going to find restaurants busy, but having been given a table, then ignored for half an hour, then having our entrÃ©e served before the aperitif (disconcerting to have an aperitif and a bowl of peanuts plonked on the table whilst eating the starter) ... the steak miniscule with no offer of the different sauces listed on the menu, and frites that had come from the dregs at the bottom of the pan...need I say more? Really bad. We often eat in St Vaast, but we agreed that this was the last time at Le DÃ©tour. Oh yes, the starter of goat cheese salad was served on bread so hard that it was impossible to eat!Bonsoir, Madame,Nous avons pris en compte vos observations et nous avons progressÃ© sur ces points notamment le pain sur le chÃ¨vre chaud, nous avons eu Ã©galement des problÃ¨mes de calibrage des viandes, je suis sincÃ¨rement dÃ©solÃ© que vous soyez dÃ©Ã§u.Il aurait Ã©tÃ© logique que lors de votre premiÃ¨re visite rÃ©ussie dans notre Ã©tablissement vous ayez publiÃ© un avis positif.Comme vous pouvez le constater a l aide des autres avis publiÃ©s depuis nous sommes en progrÃ¨s.dans l espoir de vous revoirFranÃ§ois
4 based on 145 reviews
Thought we would try this restaurant for a change. Did not like the decor of artex walls, grey beams and tiled floor. Lacked warmth. This is personal taste so others may like it. Waitress very attentive and helpful.Alas food was average. My salad was a bowl of shredded lettuce, cubed plastic textured cheese, cubed ham, 3 olives, 3 tomato wedges and a vinagrette(walnut?). I asked for no eggs. I got bored trying to eat it, difficult to fork up all those fiddly bits and it was nothing to write home about. The Rabbit terrine I was told was good served with gherkins and silverskined onions. Bread was terrible, thin slices and dry.Lamb chops were ok, not much meat but that's lamb chops for you. Served with luke warm ratatouille, chips and salad garnish(same dressing as starter). Curiously salt cellar contained pepper and visa versa, but salt grains too large to come out of holes!Chocolate fondant was a very rich slice of dry cake served with creme anglais(cold thin custard)and the raspberry ice-cream was just that, no garnish.Not really restaurant quality cooking.
3 based on 577 reviews
We were there on a Sunday for lunch and it was humming with life. Good sign? Sadly, they must've been understaffed or something, because the service was patchy at best with drinks being forgotten and probably the worst pizza I've ever had. I hate complaining, but this was not one of my best choices. A pity, because it looks like a fun place.
4 based on 884 reviews
Dinner here in June. Good service ,good local value at !9.90euros p.p.An amazing view rigth over the Normandy coast.Definately reccomend
4 based on 217 reviews
Brasserie avec une cuisine composÃ©e de produits frais et locaux. Vue imprenable sur le port de Saint-Vaast-La-Hougue.
Stopped here for some liquid refreshment on a brief visit on our way back to the ferry. great position to sit in the sun behind a glass wind break and admire the boats in the harbour and view back across to the quay. Service was quick and polite and came with a smile. Can't comment on the food since we didn't have time to stop but the restaurant area was very busy and what we could see of the meals looked very appetising.
4 based on 250 reviews
I arrived with a large rucksack but was warmly received. The 3 course lunch was amazing. I had tomato and mozzarella starter beautifully served and refreshing to taste.I followed this with ham with duchesse potatoes. The ham and itâs creamy sauce were lovely. The potato dish could have been warmer. This was washed down with cider. My dessert was a fromage blanc dish. Once again it was delicious and care was given to its presentation. All this for 13.50 Euro.
4 based on 517 reviews
I was actually recommended another restaurant by a local but itâs menu didnât quite appeal. I thought I ought to eat fish in St Vaast. I chose stuffed oysters followed by 3 fish fillets. They were all good. I then went for the apricot clafoutis dessert of the day which was a little disappointing.That and a bottle of muscadet came to 60 Euro. Expensive yes...but hey. Pretty good, but touristy.
4 based on 370 reviews
St Vaast is a super stop off point on the way to the ferry in Cherbourg and Le Chasse Maree is a great place for lunch if you do. We called off in June and had the lunchtime menu which featured skate wings. Fish of every kind is a feature of the menu here and these were done perfectly. The service is friendly but rather slow: this is definitely a place to savour your meal. There is a good wine list too although prices generally are slightly above the local average. Nevertheless, a terrific stop off - strongly recommended.
4 based on 420 reviews
The restaurant has a wonderful ambiance as it is a very large conservatory looking out on to the gardens. I decided on lobster on this occasion as it was my last day, was forever looking for mussels, but they are seasonal apparently, did not expect to see said lobster presented on a silver salver, and moving! However the end result was delicious as it was flambed at our table. I also very much enjoyed (for the first time) the fois gras creme brulee........yummy. could recommend this restaurant and the hotel in a heart beat.
4 based on 672 reviews
The host at the bed and breakfast where we stayed highly recommended La Bisquine and we thank him heartily for that.The restaurant is very casual and located adjacent to a good-sized marina - a nice background to a meal of delicious seafood. Hint - the menu - at least during our visit, had lots of seafood. Although there was a pork and a beef dish if you must The proprietor selected our wine for us as we werenât familiar with the local choices and her selection was perfect. My Dover Sole and John Dory weâre perfectly prepared and served over a bed of roasted potatoes, white beans, pearl onions, and garlic. It was awesome. My wife had Dover Sole with green curry sauce. She declared it the best meal she had during our week in France. Fine-dining food in a casual, comfortable atmosphere. Dear 668donf,We thank you for having posted a comment about your experience in La Bisquine,and we are delighted if you enjoyed your meal and service;Looking forward to welcome you again for another ballade gourmande in Saint VaastCordiallyPatrice le Chef, Sophie & Team
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