Rennes, Food Guide: 10 French food Must-Eat Restaurants & Street Food Stalls in Saint-Gregoire

May 15, 2021 Marissa Gamble

Best French restaurants nearby. Discover the best French food in Saint-Gregoire. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for French restaurants near you. including La Reserve, Le Congres, Le Saison, Restaurant Les Halles Saint-Gregoire, Creperie Ouzh-Taol, Colibri Creperie, Paris New York, Creperie Les Betises, Essentiel, La Maison de Josephine

10. La Maison de Josephine

40 rue Saint Melaine, 35000, Rennes France French Lunch, Dinner Reservations, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Wine and Beer, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Outdoor Seating +33 2 99 38 81 87 http://www.facebook.com/La-Maison-de-Jos%C3%A9phine-148550388516233/
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4 based on 235 reviews

La Maison de Josephine

Reviewed By Lauren M

The galettes and crêpes (savory and sweet respectively, for reference) here are simply excellent. It's got a very welcoming atmosphere and the hostess was very nice and helpful. I recommend the crêpe called La Normande--it's topped with house made baked apple slices and cinnamon and doused in a local apple brandy that's been set on fire (this in French is called "flambée" and there are a few other options like it on the menu).

9. Essentiel

11 rue Armand Rebillon Parking, 35000, Rennes France French, European Lunch, Dinner Seating, Parking Available, Free Off-Street Parking, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Free Wifi, Reservations, Validated Parking, Highchairs Available, Table Service [email protected] +33 2 99 14 25 14 http://restaurantessentiel.com/
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4 based on 192 reviews

Essentiel

Reviewed By Maud L

I sometimes go to Rennes to visit some friends of mine and last weekend we decided to try this restaurant for the first time out of curiosity after we saw they have just changed owners. We had a very pleasant evening on the terrace. The location is great, in a very quiet area of the town centre on the Canal which is quite relaxing and offers a nice view. All tables have been offered a glass of Champagne on the occasion, to celebrate their opening which we thought was a very nice touch. The service was very friendly and helpful. The food was exquisite. Very fine and tasty as well as beautifully presented. I'm not a sweet-tooth and can easily finish a meal without dessert, but these are a delight. Very balanced and light, I can't even imagine going back and not trying another one next time. If you are looking for a fine dining experience without an expensive bill, this is the place to go! The tough part is to chose, each dish is more mouth-watering than the next. Have a try, you will definitely go back, I know I will !Thank for your comment, we are proud you enjoyed your meal in our restaurant. If you come back to Rennes, you're welcome.

8. Creperie Les Betises

25 rue Saint Melaine, 35000, Rennes France French, Grill Lunch, Dinner Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service +33 2 99 38 75 11 https://www.facebook.com/Creperie-Les-betises-1266314930078099/
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4 based on 275 reviews

Creperie Les Betises

Reviewed By Irena S

In Brittany, there are creperies everywhere, serving the special open face galettes, but Creperie Les Betises, located slightly off the beaten track near the Thabor Gardens, has a special flare. Their selection of crepes/galettes are exactly the combination of ingredients that I enjoy and the crepes/galettes were served warm, crisp and it was delicious! They have an extensive dessert menu as well, so save room for that!

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7. Paris New York

276 rue de Fougeres, 35700, Rennes France French, European Lunch, Dinner Reservations, Private Dining, Seating, Street Parking, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Digital Payments, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Parking Available, Full Bar [email protected] +33 2 23 21 15 71 http://www.paris-ny-restaurant.com
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4 based on 462 reviews

Paris New York

Reviewed By theodorak27

We celebrated there the birthday of my daughter. It was the second time we visited this restaurant. It is a simple place, no fussy decoration, calm with nice atmosphere. The staff was very polite and helpful. We ordered champaign (for the celebration) and then 2 of the Paris menus and one New York menu. The food was delicious. A small remark only for the sweets which were not at the level of the food, still nice though. The prices were really good for such a quality of food. We will visit again.

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6. Colibri Creperie

32 rue de la Visitation Accessible Parking Hoche, Station de métro Sainte-Anne, 35000, Rennes France French Lunch, Dinner Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Serves Alcohol [email protected] +33 2 23 06 03 52 http://colibri-creperie.business.site/?utm_source=gmb&utm_medium=referral
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4 based on 164 reviews

Colibri Creperie

Nous travaillons principalement avec des producteurs locaux, que nous retrouvons au marché des Lices, au marché place Hoche et au marché Toussaints. La carte est simple,nous utilisons des produits de saison que nous préparons avec beaucoup d'attention. Pe

Reviewed By johnmodesto

The outside tables of this creperie are a relaxing place to watch the world stroll by on a lovely (and pedestrian only) street. The cook and waiter was charming, friendly, and efficient, though busy once there were ten guests at the restaurant. The menu has fewer selections than large places, but carefully chosen, with a daily special. You also have the option to design your own crepe. We enjoyed local beer Saint Colombe, local cider also being an option. The menu shows the suppliers of ingredients and products, a welcome touch. Our savory crepes were delicious, we shared a dessert crepe with blood orange ice cream, excellent. Good value.

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5. Creperie Ouzh-Taol

27 rue Saint Melaine, 35000, Rennes France French, European Lunch, Dinner, Late Night Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service +33 2 99 63 36 33 http://www.facebook.com/ouzhtaol
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4 based on 1110 reviews

Creperie Ouzh-Taol

Reviewed By PaulandJen_10

Had lunch here, went with a main course each and a sweet crepe for desert. They brought out a little slice of a really tasty crepe as an asume bouche which was lovely and spicey. I then had a gallete with mustard cream sauce and sausage whilst my wife had a prawn, scallop and chilli one. They also had more traditional choices if you fancied them. Both were delicious and I would happily have returned for dinner. It was also reasonably priced. Definitaly it's one to book though, it was chucking it down and we were lucky to get a table for lunch, but for dinner I think you'd need to make a reservation.

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4. Restaurant Les Halles Saint-Gregoire

6 boulevard de la Robiquette, 35760 Saint-Gregoire, Rennes France French Lunch, Dinner Reservations, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service [email protected] +33 2 56 00 07 63 https://www.facebook.com/leshallessaintgregoire/
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4 based on 184 reviews

Restaurant Les Halles Saint-Gregoire

Reviewed By darinbeach

We heard that this was a nice place, but in the end our experience was quite average with a few missteps. The meals seem a little bit expensive for what they were. We love fries , a lot of the meals on the menu propose fries, but somehow we did not have any with our meals. There was also a good quantity of salad on top of the food, we wondered if they were hiding something? They forgot to take my desert order, and my wife's chocalote tart was a bit too liquidy. Overall unfortunate not really up to expectations. Not very excited to return.Dear Darin B, Thank you for your return about your lunch or dinner at « Les Halles Saint-Grégoire ».We’re sorry to hear that you’re a little bit disappointed. About the fries, if you've would like some with your meal, you should have let us know, we would have change your garnish without any problem. Concerning the desert, I don’t explain why we forfot your order while we didn’t forgot your wife’s order ?? We're very sorry if it's our fault. For the next time - if there's one - do not hesitate to tell us if you want to change the garnish or anything (because we can’t guess if you don’t tell us…)Thank you again however, we hope to see you soon !

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3. Le Saison

1 impasse du Vieux Bourg, 35760 Saint-Gregoire, Rennes France French, European Lunch, Dinner, Late Night Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Private Dining, Seating, Parking Available, Validated Parking, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service [email protected] +33 2 99 68 79 35 http://www.le-saison.com/
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4 based on 475 reviews

Le Saison

Owner/chef David Etcheverry (formerly of Les Agapes in La Meziere) is joined at Le Saison restaurant in Saint-Gregoire, just north of Rennes, by wife Christine. Perfectly at home together, the pair have created something special ��� a modern French restau

Reviewed By SteveZug

While being a bit off the beaten track in a small village, this place is just marvelous. Very stylish design meets perfect service and a creative kitchen. We went for the menu for 75 Euros that started with very interesting little dishes, and culminated in a perfect turbot. The sommelier suggested very fine wines by the glass as well. We paid 210 Euros for two people, exceptional value for the food and surroundings offered.

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2. Le Congres

21 rue Saint Malo, 35000, Rennes France French Lunch, Dinner Reservations, Seating, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Free Wifi [email protected] +33 2 99 63 89 39 http://lecongres-rennes.fr/
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4 based on 56 reviews

Le Congres

Reviewed By Ruth B

We really enjoyed the food at Le Congres, the restaurant is beautifully decorated, really chic and cosy and the staff were pleasant. Foodwise, the meat and sauces were delicious and the truffle mash was really exceptional.The restaurant has a nice atmosphere the only downside being that the music was too loud. Whilst we enjoyed the DJs choice of music, we were under a speaker and found it very hard to hear each other around our table of 5. We asked a few times for the music to be turned down but each time it seemed to creep back up to the same volume. In conclusion, I really reccomend this restaurant and will definitely be back, but we would have much preferred it if the music was a bit quieter.

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1. La Reserve

36 rue de la Visitation Rue Pietonne, 35000, Rennes France French, European, Gastropub Lunch, Dinner, Drinks Seating, Street Parking, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Wine and Beer, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Wheelchair Accessible, Full Bar, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Private Dining [email protected] +33 2 99 84 02 02 http://restaurant-lareserve-rennes.fr/contact/
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4 based on 520 reviews

La Reserve

A best restaurant in a cozy bistro Rennes restaurant. On La Reserve restaurant is a cheap restaurant in Bretagne in historic downtown Rennes. A traditional cuisine for dinner in a nice atmosphere and friendly atmosphere. A restaurant with advantages to be

Reviewed By MontrachetJ

We were left with very positive impressions following our discovery of this friendly restaurant tucked away towards the upper end of the main street in Rennes. The staff (a couple of young men) were friendly, chatty, and efficient. The food was not just good but full of surprises: my wife loved her lentil salad with duck hearts - not something she'd tried before - whilst I was blown away by my main course of veal with carrot puree, because the puree contained kaffir lime, and that really worked. Desserts too were imaginative, with the Rennes Brest a stand out. Great wines from a short but really interesting list. Of the many restaurants we've tried in Rennes, a city we return to regularly, this really left memories.

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