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4.5 based on 214 reviews
We had the set lunch at the Saint Alys. (It's a small restaurant and we couldn't get a dinner reservation). We thought it excellent value. A well-executed and delicious 3 course lunch for 24Euro - assiete de decouvertes (guacamole with crevettes, ham and melon, smoked salmon with quinoa), roast hake on crushed potatoes, cherry and strawberry mousse with fresh fruits. It sounds straightforward - the excellence was in the cooking and presentation. Warmly recommended.
4.5 based on 354 reviews
Creperie Bretonne creee en 1952 par Tante Germaine.La recette s'est transmise au fil des annees et reste secrete encore aujourd'hui. Passage obligatoire dans une des plus vieille creperie du Croisic, Tante Germaine a su garder son gout authentique. Ouvert tous les jours vacances scolaires.Familles, enfants, animaux, groupes sont les bienvenus.Reservation salle possible : capacite 20 pers.
We read about it on here, especially that they were good with kids and we had 6 of them. We prebooked a table for 10 and were seated upstairs, it was full the night we ate. The food was good and served quickly but the children's entertainment of a colouring competition we had read about on here didn't come to fruition, only by asking to be included in whatbthe french kids were doing and then handing the results in. They seemed rushed off their feet and our waiter was up and down the stairs all night. We had gallettes followed by dessert crepes, only I found a black hair in mine, I quietly took it to the kitchen so as not to freak out the kids and they cooked me another and promised to take it off the bill, which they didn't because they were too busy to remember. So we didn't leave a tip, the overpayment for my dessert was the tip. It was good but not fantastic!
4 based on 539 reviews
We visited Le Croisic in June 2012. We chose to eat here as we really enjoy the French gallete.
This creperie offers a great choice of both savoury and sweet crepes. We were served by a very polite waitress and our galette's were delicious. We hope to return to the beautiful Le Croisic again very soon.
4.5 based on 494 reviews
I do agree with a previous review. Owner comes to each table to shake hand. Can be interpreted in different ways. Boat-style decoration of the main room. Terrasse available. Service is friendly,sweet accent of moldavian waitress. Dress style is ambiguous.
Food was good. Oysters for me, crab for my wife (if it is tourteau, fine, but skip the spider-crab, not enough meet inside). i found the place over-priced. We did not return
4 based on 608 reviews
Restaurant location is excellent with views of the beach and the Atlantic. We ate the Bistro and the food was varied with an good choice of seafood. Our only complaints was the slow service.
4.5 based on 708 reviews
Restaurant brasserie sur le port du croisic spécialités de moules ouvert de mars a novembre terrasse sur le port service midi et soir
We had lunch in this picturesque town with friends visiting us from England. We chose this restaurant on the recommendation of Tripadvisor and were not disappointed. Two of us had a copious bowl of delicious mussels which were on the menu in a variety of sauces to choose from. Two of our party chose the set menu at 19.90£ which offered a good selection of dishes. What was particularly good was the dessert choice which was offered as a menu to read rather than the normal system of a waitress or waiter reeling off the desert choice. The remaining member of our party chose to eat a la carte and selected a steak from the menu which initially wasn't cooked quite to her liking but this was quickly rectified by the helpful waiting staff.
All in all an excellent meal in beautiful surroundings. A must for all seafood lovers.
4.5 based on 421 reviews
We don't always go by the most popular on TripAdvisor but this address is definitely worth the recommendation. Full marks to the quality of the galettes (thin and lacy, beautiful buckwheat flavour) and super choice of fillings, all good quality ingredients which makes all the difference!
The family went for dessert which they confirmed were superb - I can simply say that the presentation was also spot on.
Decor very fresh and service excellent with friendly staff. Wish they had other addresses like this one (HINT - please come to Paris!)
4.5 based on 492 reviews
We had dinner there. The service was friendly and the place was very clean and well looked after. The crepes are good but having been to other creperies in le Croisic, they are not as good and large in size that at " Le Puy du Roy".
4 based on 398 reviews
We decided to eat here partly out of chance and partly because it looked like one of the nicest places as we walked up and down the harbour front. We were not disappointed. The Anjou red at €2.50 a glass was great, and we were each given an amuse-bouche to start which really was very good. We both chose the moules, I had marnière and my wife had crème, and they were both amazing - the biggest and tastiest moules we've had for a long time. Great frites too that looked and tasted as if they were actually hand made. A great dessert of crepes topped it all off and we were two very happy customers. A Nice restaurant, nice friendly staff, and good value for money
4.5 based on 260 reviews
La Flottille uses only organic flour and it shows. The galettes and crepes we had were the best we've tasted. There was an air of disorganisation the night we visited - perhaps because the waiting staff were disappearing into the back to watch the football (Euro 2016). The chef never left his post. We were disappointed that our first and second choices were off the menu, and there was no salad! This is non-football associated disorganisation. For this reason, I have subtracted a point from my rating. La Flotille is otherwise excellent.
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