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 229 reviews
Beautiful steaks and the Loctudy Pizza is a masterpiece - langoustines + mussels + prawns + scallops + salmon
4 based on 265 reviews
We chanced upon it randomly and were very pleased with the food. The oysters were fantastic, so were the langoustines. The fishes were perfectly cooked. The sea view is great Esp we were there on a Sunday day. The restaurant is on the upper floor so don't miss it.
4 based on 335 reviews
We went to Le Doris based on the trip advisor reviews. Thank you fellow reviewers! It was a real treat. Once we understood the menus & options we were spoilt for choice. The restaurant is upstairs and you must book to avoid disappointment. Wonderful views out to sea and the food was absolutely delicious! Crab, lobster, oysters, hake, cod, mussels to name just some of the delights. Three of us & wine = 86 euros! Unbelievable when you compare to some burger-esk eateries. To top it all off... first class service! We cycled there & back from our campsite Yelloh Village La Plage which is 2 miles each way (safe beach track). We visited 3 times. Lush. Highly recommended.
4 based on 233 reviews
We had dinner on last Thursday and were immediately well welcomed even without having booked in advance. The waitresses were really friendly and helped us chose between many equally tempting fish and seafood specialties. Great taste and lovely presentation from starters to desserts with wines not overpriced made for a most pleasurable evening.
4 based on 371 reviews
The interior was much more quaint compared to the more rustic shack on the outside. Fresh, well prepared, un-fussy food. The young man on duty was, greeting/seating/taking orders/serving food/serving drinks/wiping down tables/taking payments and much, much more and all with professional ease. We did not have to wait long between courses. We thought the menu not extensive for choice but quite reasonable in price. 2 course's each plus 1/2 bottle of wine, â¬74. Would I recommend here to eat? Yes I would. It was unpretentious and we felt totally at ease in the relaxed ambiance.
4 based on 176 reviews
Waterfront dining room excellent view. The restaurantâs decor was a bit sketchy if not entirely in poor taste. Nonetheless comfortable chairs, excellent service, dishes chosen ( oysters and sardines) easy enough to prepare, both excellent as was the service. Wine list easy on the wallet. Surprisingly the more expensive menu was not as worthy as the others. Overall a very good restaurant with amazing view.
4 based on 98 reviews
Nice small restaurant in a nice little town. Good taste in starter as well as main (both fish based) and also in kids menu. Friendly and quick service.
4 based on 291 reviews
Food middling, cider ropey, wine passable. So let's talk about the service.Things don't start well when, after finally attracting a waiter, we are given one menu for the table - there are four of us - whereas other tables get the traditional one menu per person, we notice.We order drinks, but end up stealing a water glass from another table, it takes so long for glasses to arrive.I have to ask for serviettes.We all order two course menus, two adults' (moule frite & dessert) and two childrens' meals. The childrens' arrive. Fifteen minutes later I chase for the adults'.The moules eventually arrive and, shortly after, the children's desserts are ordered and arrive.The children finish their desserts with us still working our way through the moule, with a ridiculously small pyrex lid to put the empty shells in. We wait. One adult place setting is cleared.We wait. The other eventually goes.We ask about desserts. Not much happens.We end up having to borrow the adjoining table's menu.We send the kids to play in the car park next to the harbour to enjoy the last of the sunshine, hoping they won't fall in.It's a full 30 minutes between the kids finishing their desserts and our dessert order being taken. THIRTY MINUTES. For a two course menu. How is that possible?No apology; no sense, even, of anything being out of the ordinary.
4 based on 349 reviews
A small restaurant where you must reserve for dinner. Lobster, monkfish or steak on the menu all fresh and absolutely delicious with home made chips. Friendly service and homemade vanilla rhum to finish the evening with the sun setting over the ocean. We had apÃ©ritifs Ã bottle of wine, lobster, monkfish and desserts for 120â¬. Thank you to the An Atoll team.
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