Reviews on Seafood food in Saint-Briac-sur-Mer, France including Le Rusty, Bistrot de la Houle, Oyster Club, La Plage, A l'Abri des Flots, Le Cafe Rouge, Restaurant le Yacht, O Tapas Bretons, Le Biniou
Things to do in Saint-Briac-sur-Mer
4 based on 259 reviews
Nice space in contemporary colours , with an upstairs mezzanine, facing across to the beach.We opted for the Coquilles st Jaques, then skate wing and a brochette of three fish. Excellent cooking of fresh fish, including monk fish. - Overall a good experience with efficient service. Later we had takeaway salads, super selection with fish, prawns and duck, and probably the best salads we have had.
4 based on 220 reviews
The owner taught me how to open oysters with his special techniques. I bought 3 sets of oyster openers from him as souvenirs for my family. His oysters are very fresh indeed!
4 based on 348 reviews
Benefiting from an exceptional view on the baie du PrieurÃ© and saint Malo, the restaurant is place within one of the oldest and symbolic Yacht club of France, built in 1932 by Yves Hemard, malouin architect has who(which) l we owe among others le phare de
Just briefly to say if you are in the area, this is a great place for lunch. It's affordable rather than inexpensive - but it is the sort of place that you'll remember for ages after dining there. Primarily it's the location one is paying for but having said that the food is of a high standard, the ambience is hard to beat. We ate on the rooftop terrace underneath umbrellas, shaded from the sun - every table there has a magnificent view. There is also dining on the floor below should the weather be less kind - and that is also impressive with the same view of the harbour. If one catches the ferry from St Malo - it's a short walk away (at least at high tide) at low tide the ferry lands north west - 5 to 10 minutes walk along the charming coast. Do give this place a go - it won't let you down.
4 based on 784 reviews
Worth going out of the way from Saint Malo.Take the corsair boat to Dinard from Saint Malo,and back.Return lunch to this place.Half lobster starter,yum.Best John Dory fish with a wonderful mashed potatoes,with truffle gravy! Awesome meal! Then top it off with a superb cafe gourmand.Had exactly this meal last year.Back for a return visit! Hope to be back soon.
4 based on 1395 reviews
Have been here many,many times.Breakfast is excellent A great wayto start the holiday after getting off the ferry at St Malo (even though we had already .reakfast on the boat).But this time I would like to talk about the service in the evening My wife had a glass of champagne She had drunk most of itwhen she accidentally knocked it over and broke the glass. At least four waiters came over and completely changed the table. A new glass of champagne was brought free of charge even though we kept saying it was our fault!
4 based on 35 reviews
We stopped here entirely by accident, we had seen the market and wanted a look plus a drink of some sort but we were seduced by the lovely food and stopped for a snack too. I had a lovely salad and my companion a baguette , which came with a generous salad side. The restaurant was lovely and clean and the decor unusual but pleasant, rather like a home library...both the food and service were excellent., .thoroughly recommended !
4 based on 245 reviews
Â« Seafood & Hapiness Â» Oyster Club is the very first Seafood Counter of Dinard! Fond of oenology and seafood, I created a Fish shop/Restaurant concept. Eat in or takeaway authentic, local and revisited dishesâ¦ A nice selection of wines and a warm welcome
Visited here several times, it's unpretentious with oysters and a variety of seafood. The oysters are expensive considering that the wholesale price of oysters locally is cheap compared to England. The oysters are small too and not very good value for money. Pleasant sitting in the sun just off the main square having seafood and a glass of muscadet.
4 based on 90 reviews
Well situated on the main road, in amongst other eateries this bistro offers a traditional French menu based around excellent local sea food, There's a small external terrace to the road front and ample seating inside.Excellent staff and inexpensive for the quality on offer.We were drawn by the 'Fish and chips' advertised on the A board and we were not disappointed.Hello and thank you for your comment. 2 lovely British couples eating fish and chips, this was an excellent reference! Hoping to find you soon to taste our other specialties like the lobster roll ... Choice of wine adapted of course.I wish you the best.My best regardsBertrand..
4 based on 623 reviews
Weâd been reluctant to try this restaurant because it seemed more pretentious than anything else, but we were pleasantly surprised.The restaurant is quite over-staffed, with every served being very enthusiastic about trying to speak English, even when unnecessary...But donât let that frighten you away!The food is far better than average, the wine list extensive & not budget-breaking, the area for children to play & make new friends is WONDERFUL, and the desserts perfect!A keeper!
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