Find out what French restaurants to try in Les Portes-en-Re including La Table d'Olivia, Bistrot-Couteaux, Le trousse chemise, Le Chasse Maree, Restaurant Le Grenier a Sel, Au Gouter Breton, La Rhetaise, Chez Remi, A L'Ouest, La Cabane
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4 based on 664 reviews
Without making a reservation we got a nice table and where served with a smile. We got water for the dog, got all the trimmings on the table without asking (water, glasses, bread...).We had excellent mussels with fries, price was â¬ 11 per person which is good.Wine and water were served in an ice bucket.We even treated ourselves to a wonderful desert.Good address, would certainly go back there again.
4 based on 283 reviews
Cracking setting to watch the sun set in this charming village. Fully booked a lot of the time. Had a great meal and excellent service. A little pricey but captive audience. Would go again and even a great place to hang out for a beer......
4 based on 302 reviews
A lovely interior situated by the romantique harbour of Ars en Re. Some excellent food mixed with courses that had not been really tasted before serving. The service was sometimes great and sometimes none existent. For the price that was paid the overall experience was average so work to be done
4 based on 201 reviews
We stopped here for lunch on a cycle ride. It was sunny, warm and the restaurant was heaving. La Rhetaise feels more of a cafe really and there was an incredible mix of customers. Large, local family groups, tourists, couples, young and old. And it was easy to see why. The Oysters are fabulous. I have tried them a few times in the past and frankly, gagged. These are in a league of their own. Fresh out of the tank - you can watch the owner fishing them out before shucking them to order - they had a gentle taste of the sea. It was also one of the few places thappy to serve a mix of sizes too. Our main dishes of clams (palourdes) - especially the ones grilled with pistou - were just sublime. Service was friendly and table water and bread bought to the table straight away. This was our cheapest meal in two weeks and one of the best. The local wine included in the price was good too. If you are even vaguely in the area, make an effort to go. You won't be disappointed.
4 based on 273 reviews
I visited Au Gouter Breton for lunch while spending a wonderful day cycling on the Ile de RÃ©. This delightful little place serves delicious galettes, and is run by friendly, kind, genuine people. There are more elaborate restaurants down near the quayside, but this cafÃ© would be my choice for a tasty snack (savoury or sweet galette fillings, main course and dessert, both yummy) at a very reasonable price, in cosy, unpretentious surroundings. There are crepes too, of course, but with my wheat intolerance the galettes were a godsend. Authentic and highly recommended!
4 based on 185 reviews
I had a delicious vegan meal here. Although the options are limited, there is a vegan starter, main and desert which were all delicious; the highlight was the dessert which was a vegan panna cotta. There are also lots of meat and fish options which my parents enjoyed. The garden is lovely, and itâs a really serene area of Ars-en-RÃ©
4 based on 157 reviews
Knew I was coming up to Portes-en-Re" for lunch, so referred to Trip Advisor to avoid a repeat of yesterdays lunch at a disgusting tourist trap. We were promptly seated at a table on the terrace. They had a limited Prix-Fix menu for lunch. This is not the kind of place where you are going to be able to get a hamburger or steak frites, so don't waste their time. They have a nice wine list, but since I was driving a small amount of Rose' was in order. They had two entrees, both excellent. One was a fruit and goat cheese pate (for lack of the exact French word) I had a fish pate' with a small light salad. We both had the brochette of beef, but they mussels they offered also looked good. We had one of each dessert: CrÃ¨me Brule and BaBa rum cake. They bring out the rum sauce in a bottle to the table and you make it to taste. Very pleasant staff speaks enough English and the bathroom was very nice. There is a reason it is #1.
4 based on 235 reviews
We arrived late but the staff was kind enough to move us twice due to large groups occupying two of the rooms. The starters and main courses were excellent. The manager is from Burgundy so the wine list is good too. We hope to return soon!
4 based on 106 reviews
We stayed at the campsite for 3 nights and had breakfast here once and dinner twice. There is a good variety of food and everything seemed to be freshly made and very tasty. The fresh fish of the day was great and beautifully cooked. The restaurant is also very good value compared with the restaurants is the village. The service was great - helpful and attentive. Would recommend, even if you aren't staying here.
4 based on 178 reviews
In the fine decor of a 17th century style dining room, delight in an intimate gastronomic dinner at La Table d'Olivia. The restaurant welcomes a maximum of twenty guests each evening for a unique culinary experience. Here, you will enjoy a refined and aut
From start to finish an excellent experience. A small but impeccable dining room offers the most refined dining experience in St Martin. The cooking here easily surpasses several Michelin starred restaurants we have visited recently and I'm sure the guide must surely be thinking awarding one here. What we liked was a respect for the ingredients. Top produce with seasonality in mind and then cooked to perfection with a restraint not to add unnecessary garnishes.We also shared a bottle of the hotel's own wine Chateau Clarisse Vielle Vignes 2015 which is new Chateau to me. What a lovely bottle. Already drinking superbly I can say quality to price ratio it is somewhat of a bargain. Until next year! Dear Madam, Dear Sir, I am delighted to read your kind words, thank you for taking the time to share your experience at La Table dâOlivia.Thrilled to read that you appreciated the cuisine of our Chef Thibault Peyroche. We take care about choosing and cooking local and seasonal products. Our Chef used to have a Michelin star in the past, his everyday aim is to bring his guests on an exquisite culinary journey.I am pleased to see that you appreciated the dining room. For the decoration, I collaborated with the renowned designer Mr. Pierre-Yves Rochon, and I surrounded myself with the best craftsmen in order to highlight the history of the Ile de RÃ© and the Region.Delighted to read that you have appreciated our wines. Our own wine, ChÃ¢teau Clarisse, enjoys clay-limestone and clay-siliceous soil and is composed of 67% merlot, 30% cabernet francs and 3% carmenere.I would be happy to welcome you again. For any future stay or reservation, I am happy to put you in touch with my assistant, Marie Dumarest ([email protected]), she will be pleased to arrange the details of your next stay with us. With my very sincere greetings,Olivia Le CalvezOwner of HÃ´tel de Toiras & La Villa Clarisse
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