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4 based on 239 reviews
After staying 2 weeks on Belle-Ile, we have to admit that seafood quality, daily special, service and view on the harbor distinguish this restaurant as the best option in town
4 based on 336 reviews
We went to the island for the day and wanted to eat something before returning by boat. I saw the Routard sign from across the street so we crossed the street and took a table outside (around 3PM). The tables /benches are perfect for kids. The Kids had a classical CrÃªpes with Nutella and my husband had one with fish and I had one with salad and cheese. You know that after a holiday in Brittany you are done with eating crÃªpes/galettes, but this place gave us a completely new perspective on what you can do with it! A glass of wine for me, my husband drank a local beer from the island (jummie!) and we left with a fully positive end of our islands visit! ;-) its 5 minutes away from the harbour.
4 based on 384 reviews
We spent a day on Belle-Ile in the week after Easter. We rented electric bikes, and after visiting the Citadel, had a wonderful lunch at La Parenthese. As a starter, they were serving shellfish I've never seen in France (but did see in Galicia a couple of years ago) - Pouce Pieds (gooseneck barnacles) as well as the more usual whelks and sea snails. I chose the oysters, but my partner enjoyed the barnacles etc.For main courses we had steak and monkfish, which were both excellent.A lovely lunch, which set us up for an afternoon cycling in the sun.
4 based on 288 reviews
Full of flavours and subtlety, the cooking of our Chef Pacome Epron and his team takes you on a gastronomic tour of the island, thanks to fresh local produces, cooked with accuracy and presented with care and originality.
We were immediately received by the owner , a charming man with a big smile , who made us feel at home . I had the vegetarian option that was beautifully presented and just as tasteful . My husband had veal appetizer and monk fish which were both delectable . The service was efficient . We ll certainly return to this idyllic island and this restaurant .
4 based on 723 reviews
I ate at this Creperie before and this year again. The quality remains at a high level.It isn't the cheapest Creperie on the island but in my opinion the best. You pay for what you get.I ate at all well-known Creperies on the island like Sauzon or Bangor. They are all good but Annexe for me has the most creative and tasty galettes.Book before!
4 based on 78 reviews
Recently re-opened after months of renovation the old Hotel du Phare has been done over in Parisian style: chic decor by Jean Michel Wilmotte,giant ceramic pictures of fish and sea creatures on the walls,black and white furniture,very cool and minimalist,.The view on the Harbour is enhanced by beautifully designed windows .The menu also seems minimalist: no elaborate description of recipes and no frills.The fish we had was excellent and not overcooked though the filet of bass was rather skimpy.and the garnish almost absent.Service was disorderly , the personnel obviouly not yet up to par.Tables are cold to the touch without tablecloths(part of the trend)Prices are rather high considering, but the clientele probably will follow in Sauzon.
4 based on 253 reviews
This restaurant is not the most "show off" in Sauzay but probably one of the most sympathic, with her quite eccentric "patronne". Special mention for different making of "Moules" (mussels), the brandade is very good, too.
4 based on 658 reviews
We've eaten at le Bernardin both in Paris and NY. This place blows it away. Seafood platter(oysters. Shrimp. Langoustines, little and big sea snails) superb at â¬33. I had their set menu. I chose fresh sardines, mullet and apple tart. â¬22. Friendly service. "La cale" means boat ramp or launch because fishermen and other boaters often the tie up there. English is welcome. Brittany is truly wonderful.
4 based on 791 reviews
We went here just for a drink and an ice-cream. It is on a very nice location near the sae, the waitress was very kind, the view around was great. And the ice-cream was tasty, too.
4 based on 465 reviews
What a delightful dinner! A smaller establishment with delicious offerings on the menu and on the palate. Lamb (had to have been localâthe island is crawling with sheep and this was unbelievably tasty) and a lobster/sweetbread combination were prepared and served impeccably. From the amuse bouche to the desserts (mixed raspberry/strawberry combination and a citrus sorbet) everything was unforgettable. Except the bread: to call it ordinary would be a complimentâit is far below the very high standard of every other part of this wonderful dining experience. But when the bread is the only drawback, you go and just avoid the bread basket. We would return there in a heartbeat.
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