Find out what European restaurants to try in Villers-sur-Mer. French Land Register data, which excludes lakes, ponds, glaciers > 1 km (0.386 sq mi or 247 acres) and river estuaries.
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4 based on 485 reviews
"LES HALLES" is more than a restaurant, it is a place where to meet friends and to have a good time around delicious meal.The menu, which is certainly not static, alternates dishes using early seasonal products with meat dishes cooked. The restaurant give
Les Halles is slightly more upmarket than other tourist-leaning restaurants. Thatâs probably reflected in the prices but the extra expensive is definitely worth it. I had moules mariniere with frites. Absolutely delicious with the frites especially nice. Mrs Badger had the creamy and succulent chicken Normandy. The kids menu also steers away from staples like nuggets etc and serves proper food. Highly recommended.
4 based on 209 reviews
Why do you need to make it difficult when it is much better to make it just simple? The owners of this small and cosy restaurant have understood that the first receipt of a good restaurant is to be kind with its clients. So they are, specially with children! Agree with another remark on this restaurant: they will probably never get a Michelin star. And so what? Food is fresh and local, well prepared (specially crepes and mussels) and prices are fair, including for drinks (a bottle of local cider costs just 9 euros). If, moreover, it is walking distance from a very cosy hotel (La villa des fleurs), what else can you ask for?Another tip? Try the outside (foot heating) tables!
4 based on 761 reviews
Au coeur de la cÃ©lÃ¨bre station balnÃ©aire, nichÃ© dans une petite rue, le restaurant l'Eden est une adresse incontournable de la cÃ´te fleurie. Virginie et Nicolas Tougard, vous accueillent avec le charme de la simplicitÃ© et l'assurance de leur savoir faire.
Really good menu with something to interest everyone, plus an unexpected amuse Bouche and great wine list. Add in pleasant staff and nicely spaced out tables which could cater for either a large group or an intimate table a deux, what more could you askNo hesitation in recommending this as being a bit special.
3 based on 470 reviews
The Celtic is a small hotel and restaurant in the heart of the charming town of Villers-sur-Mer. The HonorÃ© family has owned and operated place for a century and the recipes are all from the family. Madame HonorÃ© presides along with Alexandre, your multi-lingual charming host. Fabulous and reasonably priced seafood is available every day. Mussels in cream sauce is a couple of euros less than other places and a very large portion is served with a hunk of fresh bread. I especially like the flakey salmon with cream sauce (parsley,perhaps?) and occasionally splurge on the seafood platter. The town is well known for its seafood,so it's not surprising that seafood is the star, but when I take Americans who don't eat seafood, I usually recommend the roast chicken, which is Grandmere's recipe, with a heap of mashed potatoes, fresh veggies or salad and a half carafe of wine. The service is excellent without hovering and it's an extremely family friendly place (not surprising since it seems the whole HonorÃ© clan lives there). Best of all, you can bring your DOG!! Great chocolate mousse. You can sample a trio of desserts by ordering the cafÃ© gourmand -- espresso with three mini treats. It's also a nice little hotel -- very clean and with blazing fast internet. It only gets one star, but that's because of size and amenities, not for being tacky.
3 based on 776 reviews
On my previous visit to Normandy, I visited the place and was very pleased with the experience. This time, we were looking for a good "frutta di mare" meal and this restaurant came to my mind. We were not disappointed. The food was fresh, tasty and with a good variety, with all the flavors of Normandy cuisine. We combined mussels and a plate of sea food and enjoyed our meal immensely. It really depends on the taste, however, sea food is an acquired taste and it might not be to everybody's pleasure. For those who love it (like we do), it was a real treat.Service was as usual in French restaurants, one has to manage expectations. And I will probably never get used to the restaurants in France, Italy, Spain... being closed between 2.30 - 7 pm. But, c'est la vie!
3 based on 407 reviews
We decided to eat here because it was really busy and thought it must be good. The food was pretty bad, I tried teh avocado gratin starter and it was a hot avocado literally hidden under a sea of cheesy cream, totally strange and horrible. the only good thing was the waiters & waitresses were really nice. honestly, don't eat here. go to the mermoz instead.
3 based on 1080 reviews
So this place is right on Normandy beach. the view is amazing and the history that goes along with it. I went with a large group who speaks French I however do not speak French. They had an English menu which helped out a lot. They have a menu that offers 2 or 3 courses for a set price and this is what we all went with. I had a seafood app seabass as a main and an apple tart for dessert. The food was amazing I loved every bit of it. I didn't notice any problem with the service as I don't speak French but was told after that the service wasn't very good possible just didn't notice anything wrong as I couldn't understand what was being said back and forth. the prices were good considering the level of quality the location and the amount of food you get
4 based on 736 reviews
Right on the embanquement, just above the beach, and with a wonderful view on the sea and the sunset, this is probably the best restaurant in Villers-sur-Mer (at least this is what our host advised, and we can not certainly disagree). Formal and efficient service, great seafood (and I am sure the meats as well), it is not cheap - but worth every euro you spend. A beautiful place, we'll be back!
4 based on 264 reviews
There is a new team at this superb modern restaurant.Not only does it have delightful view over the protected wetlands just inland from the beach of Villers sur Mer from the various terraces and windows, the food is terrific, the prices represent excellent value and the staff exceptional.My only TINY gripe is that the background music is a touch intrusive, hence 4 stars not 5.A booking is advised as it always seems busy.
4 based on 660 reviews
Nice little place. Had a very good lunch, friendly service, enjoyable outdoor patio. I had the Italian salad, it was excellent and not too large. Hubby had a raclette which he had never had before and he thought it was delicious. We didnât plan to gave dessert, but I had a scoop of dark chocolate ice cream and it was incredible! Just what this chocolate lover craves. Hubby had a delicious dessert with ice cream, whipped cream and Carmel sauce and it was amazing!(Sorry, we forgot the name of it!) Prices were reasonable. I definitely recommend!
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