Lege-Cap-Ferret in France, from Europe region, is best know for Takeout. Discover best restaurants in Lege-Cap-Ferret with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 209 reviews
First " Gelateria" on Atlantic coast, since 1990.
Super clean, friendly, fab flavours and crunchy cornets with generous scoops! what more could you ask. Ahhhh yes salted caramel, heaven
4.5 based on 675 reviews
This is a typical oyster port restaurant but with a difference. The fish and shellfish are prepared with originality which makes a lovely change from the classic offerings in other seafood restaurants. Our waitress was very friendly as well as being efficient. The desserts were delicious and homemade. It was a stormy, Saturday evening at the end of February and the restaurant was very nearly full. I think that speaks for itself.
4.5 based on 621 reviews
The quality of the innovative food and the service are impeccable and yet friendly and thoughtful. The set menu is well worth having and changes weekly always offering a selection of 2 dishes too select from whether for the appetizer, main dish, cheese course and dessert. The appetizer selection was between a lovely oyster and foie gras dish and another with smoked salmon. The quality and freshness of the food is always superb.
4.5 based on 430 reviews
We stumbled onto this place at the end of our holiday, it was late afternoon and we wanted a rest from a long walk. We were directed to the Terrace which overlooked the bay and ate some sweet langoustines with a glass of Sauvignon Blanc. It was delicious and made all the better for the awesome view. The only critical comment I have is that the staff were very young and that reflected in the service, the place would have benefited from having an older manager visible to keep tabs on the servers giggling and quiet chit-chat that went on amongst them.
4.5 based on 475 reviews
Great place to sit, enjoy the sea and its gifts. Very, very, very simple. A table outside is a must on a sunny day. Extremely uncomfortable cheap chairs will make you leave soon. Fabulous and oh so fresh oysters and prawns. As they are farming the former themselves (and selling, if you happen to live nearby) , you need not worry a second about their freshness. Very good bread, not much in the sense of wine selection, but the fresh Sirech' Les Deux Terroirs with very specific coupage and low alcohol was the perfect companion.
Clearly there is no mark for the kitchen. Neverthelss, the place is a must for a short lunch break on your way to a walk along the dunes of Cap Ferret a few minutes walk away. If you like your food raw, of course. Not for the burger folks...
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Visited the restaurant and was mindset to eat "Formule". Food was nicely prepared, spicy gaspacho and shrimp pannecotta also interesting spicy. Main courses quite standard steak+frites and a veal dish with rice. Interior chic and modern design with a friendly service-minded staff.
Absolutely worth the visit for further exploration of the menus.
Not that easy to find parking places on the roadside though.
4.5 based on 312 reviews
6 of us came there for dinner. It took FOREVER to be served. At one point i complained and they offered us a bottle of wine to thank us for our patience. Though the place was full, i was not impressed. I ordered the cod with chorizo and it was served with the twine still around it..would have been nice had it been removed..It was good but it was nothing special. On the other hand if you want to it in Claouey, that IS your best option! They really tried to make up for the wait, but it was soooo long. One hour...too long.
4.5 based on 324 reviews
My wife and I heard about this off-the-beaten-track restaurant from a wine guide in Bordeaux (Bordeaux with Elodie -- a really fantastic guide if you want to check out vineyards in the region). The restaurant is tucked away behind several oysters shacks. When we arrived we were welcomed by the wonderful Sylvie, the owner, who told us what she had to offer: fresh oysters, bulots (Atlantic snails), fresh pate, shrimp, bread, and white wine. We ordered one of everything to get a taste.
The oysters were fresh, briny, cold and delicious. With a squeeze of lemon they were some of the best that this oyster lover has ever had. The bulots (impossible to find in the US) were a real treat: slightly picante, and served cold, they were an ideal accompaniment to the shrimp which were prepared very simply and very well. The pate was exquisite, the wine refreshing and delightful, and the bread rounded out the meal. Needless to say, we ordered seconds. It was not fancy or elaborate -- the food was pure, simple, and fresh. It spoke for itself, and wasn't pretentious or overly "done." It was a prefect dinner for seafood lovers.
Perhaps more impressive than the simply, fresh, French fare was the view we had. The seats are on a dock -- right on the water -- and as we ate, the sun set over the Bassin D'Arcachon. It was absolutely stunning. One of the most peaceful, enjoyable meals I have ever eaten. We sat in the still evening as the sun set, eating fresh seafood and listening to the gentle lapping of the waves on the dock. We will remember that dinner for a very, very long time.
4.5 based on 208 reviews
Went looking for fresh seafood in Lege-Cap-Ferret, but didn't want to get sucked in to a larger tourist restaurant further down the coast. Enjoyed our evening at the Claouey Port-- the food was fresh and delicious. Service was a little slow, but the atmosphere was very enjoyable.
4.5 based on 287 reviews
The " Oyster bar " of the Market of Arcachon welcomes you all year long. The Oyster Bar proposes the apéritive tasting of Olivier LABAN, oyster farmer, producer and breeder of the oyster Arcachon - Cap Ferret. À la carte also; shrimps BIO, whelks terrine of campaign (countryside)Sale of oysters to be taken or to be tasted (savoured) on the spot.
We had to go there three times to get served.
It is in the centre of the most touristic part of Arcachon; still it behaves on working hours of a hundreds years ago.
We arrived at 14h00; sorry, we're closed.
Well, sorry, it's me the tourist; I have money; you live from my money, buit it seems that you want to continue to do business according to your timing.
On holidays I get up lazy (isn't this the first principle of holidays); then I make the breakfast to please my wife, then we finish eating breaklfast at 10h00 or 10h30; and then I should have lunch 1h30 later????
This is for a fisherman that gets ut at 6 AM, not a tourist time.
Second try: 13h00: sorry we want to clsoe in a few minutes
third try: 12h15: this time everything worked: very good and fresh oysters and all other shellfish.
Pirice was good too; idem for the location.
But my stomac wasn't ready yet.
I just couldn't finish my plate.
Why should I force my stomac just to please the restaurant?
Sorry, no, I felt almost like raped by such arrogant and intolerant behaviour.
You insist on keeping your opening hjours; move your restaurant to non-touristic regions
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