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5 based on 29 reviews
The pizzas are made for carry out. Ours were ready within 45 minutes from the time we called and placed the order. We ordered two pizzas, the Reine plus bell pepper and the other with andouille. We added the free optional olives and oregano to the first one. The pizzas were works of art and the flavor of both, amazing. These were some of the best pizzas I have ever had. They were piled high with toppings. The crust was cooked just right. The owners are super friendly. The restaurant front is plain and the signs directing traffic to the restaurant are not exceptional, but the pizza is fantastic! They have a loyalty card, which we would fill up quickly if we lived here again.
4 based on 111 reviews
Having read the reviews for restaurants in Thury Harcourt we were dubious and slightly put off by this restaurants apparent emphasis on pizza. Also the overwhelming number of French reviews seemingly unhappy with both food and service.The welcome was warm and charming and we were quickly seated and offered drinks which arrived promptly. After reading the menu I chose avocado and prawns whilst my husband chose pate. Both delivered without undue delay and importantly both delicious. For mains I had a fantastic seafood pizza with scallops, prawns and salmon, definitely not your average pizza. My husband had an escalope of veal with a rich cream and mushroom sauce which he enjoyed hugely.I declined dessert which was hard to do as these looked lovely.I was really impressed by the food and service and recommend this restaurant unreservedly.
3 based on 21 reviews
Although this is a small restaurant and pizza takeaway the food is excellent. A friend recommended the steak and it was the best I have tasted. The food and wine is reasonably priced. The environment is clean and welcoming. I would certainly visit again.
4 based on 73 reviews
We arrived at our Gite on Saturday afternoon having had an early start in Portsmouth and a demanding road trip from Caen to locate said Gite.Both of us were hungry and tired and set off with Sat nav telling us about a local restaurant. No idea, perhaps it had closed down anyway, we couldn't find it. Sat nav then said Evrecy. Off we went again. The restaurant on the square didn't look impressive, how wrong are first impressions.The service excellent and the food quite delicious.I had veal with forestierre sauce and it was brilliant. Tasty fresh and excellent.The crepes were also fab.I look forward to returning.
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