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4 based on 59 reviews
Had a lovely lunch here with my son. We both went for the 12 euro 90 three course lunch menu and it was fantastic and great value. Starter of saucisson sec, steak frites and the most sublime pear tiramisu. Washed down with a nice biere pression. Very enjoyable indeed!
4 based on 289 reviews
We stopped here cause it was #1 on Tripadvisor. We had a lovely lunch- great crepes and the staff were very friendly. The organic cider was lovely too!Thank you for your notice! Nous sommes trÃ¨s heureux que vous ayez passÃ© un bon moment chez nous.En espÃ©rant vous revoir lors d'un prochain passage en France et dans le Cotentin.CordialementCour Sarrasine
4 based on 338 reviews
Home-made world cuisine revisited, fresh local produce to eat in or take away. We cater for vegetarians and special dietry requirements. Disabled access. Prior reservation by telephone recommended. Closed all day Wednesdays and Thursdays.
How useful can trip advisor be? St Mere Eglise is awash with many restaurants, a lot of them "fast food" eating places. We wanted a meal that offered something different and the reviews for this establishment promised an interesting night out. Well, it certainly was! The food was freshly cooked and delicious, served in unusual surroundings in a relaxed atmosphere. We found the staff most obliging and interesting company. For a good night out, choose this restaurant.
4 based on 50 reviews
The restaurant is opened every lunchtime except Sunday. The Chef proposes you a menu Ã la carte but especially its speciality: foot of veal with the Mustard sauce. You will also have the choice between several today's specials: - dish in sauce, meat grill
We first visited this place for pizza late one night on our way home from the beach and the pizza was superb - wafer thin, heavily loaded, and very subtly seasoned. A real delight and reasonably priced. We returned for their lunch menu (not realising pizza is not available on the lunch menu) and suffered the usual array of peasant food that most places in this region seem to imagine is acceptable for tourists. So stick to the evenings and you'll have a very pleasant experience.
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