4 based on 46 reviews
Formules le midi (12 Ã 17.50 â¬ / Ã l'ardoise le soir / tapas midi et soir/ brocante / concerts/ thÃ©Ã¢tre/ soirÃ©es Ã thÃ¨me ...
but that does not mean it is tatty! Read the few existing reviews and will tell you about our meal on a Monday lunchtime which as many will know is a day when loads of places close and try to give you a clearer picture. You have to find it first! If you stand at the bottom of the sloping main street with your back to the sea , turn right and you are opposite the fish quay. Walk 80 yards and it is on the left. As we were eating at our hotel that night we only wanted a plat de jour. There was a sign for tapas and thought a few of those might fit the bill. These were for the evening. Anyway having just a plat was no problem and staff were very pleasant and good natured. The dÃ©cor is very cheerful with vibrant colours like lime green and orange giving a Mexican tone to dressers and other accent furniture. Our food was beef stew and cod. The stew was well conceived with fresh tomatoes and red peppers and a good quantity of meat. This was served with plain rice that was nutty and a good accompaniment with a salad that was dressed with a hint of sesame oil. The cod was a sizeable chunk and so fresh, it came with pasta and the salad. Observing other folk having the three courses for round about 14 euros there were fish rillettes served in a kilner jar or a plate which had jambon cru (expensive stuff) with other bits. Of desserts I could make out a fromage frais with couli.Wine by the carafe if you wished, reasonably priced. If you are looking for a change from traditional food such as moules this is an alternative and a slightly laid-back establishment which is leaning towards cafÃ© rather than restaurant and a good bar which would be worth exploring as it is a big feature. They had St. Erwan ( Breton) on pression. The loo is very presentable and contains a few surprises! Seating area outside with ashtrays. All in all we were pleased to have eaten there and will return for the full works.
4 based on 90 reviews
Le GWENN HA DU est un bar brasserie vous proposant du lundi au samedi le midi uniquement toute l'annÃ©e (service du soir Ã la carte en juillet et aout) une formule complÃ¨te composÃ© d'un grand buffet pour l'entrÃ©e puis au choix une viande ou un poisson,dess
Hoping for a quick bite and a glass of wine near the water in Loctudy and fiding nothing on the water, we tried Gwenn Ha Du, and left quickly after sampling the strangely ordinary, unattractive and uninspired starters buffet. Hopefully the mains/plats are better.
4 based on 189 reviews
Convenient place for lunch after a wonderful riverside walk. Busy, but not noisy. I had the set Breton menu - crepe with ham and andouille, pork with apple sauce and frites, and apple sorbet. The staff were friendly, and understanding when my French let me down. The meal was nice - nothing spectacular, but very good value at Â£14.
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