The stunning cliffs of Etretat are world-famous for their naturally-formed archways. Snap some photos of these geological wonders (you won’t be the first) as you ramble along the coastal path. Historic chateaus and chapels pepper the landscape, and a range of annual festivals infuse this provincial seaside town with revelry.
Things to do in Etretat
4.5 based on 687 reviews
Notre restaurant vous propose des produits frais et arrivage du jour , le chef Mr Huglin cyrille recherche pour vous des recettes subtile et raffine ..
Traditional atmosphere and friendly staff. French food with a a modern twist. 10 out of 10 for the entrees, mains and desserts. I had a Bavarois d'artichaut et truite fumé. for entree; Brandade of salmon with red capsicum sauce as a main meal (the salmon was mixed mashed potato to make a flat cake - really well done, and the red capsicum sauce was delicious). For dessert I had a crousillant de pommes verts avec sauce caramel au beurre sale (crispy pancake filled with apples with a salty caramel sauce. YUM!
4 based on 499 reviews
The ideal location to enjoy the majestic scenery of Etretat's majestic chalk cliffs. Unfortunately, as during my first experience a few years ago, the restaurant is working hard to compensate the beauty of the spot, with pompous and ignorant waiters.
Still, once you go to the bar and explain them what is actually written in the their own menus, you can enjoy the most amazing of sights.
4.5 based on 182 reviews
Yport boasts about half a dozen restaurants - some better than others, of course. This is one of the better ones.
La Falaise only seats about 20 people in total, so best to either book a table or arrive early. It's just had a change of ownership, and they are definitely doing something right.
We had lunch there this week, and we are looking forward to going back. The welcome was warm by both staff and the other local diners. The whole menu is on a large chalkboard so they can change it to whatever is fresh that day.
I had a wonderful chevre salad that was loaded with delicious lardons, walnuts, tomatoes, lettuce, and of course toast with rounds of lovely chevre cheese. It was delicious and ample.
My husband had a massive steak that was served with buttery new potatoes and fresh vegetables. He is claiming this is the best steak he's ever had.
We split an apple tart with fresh cream and a really nice salted caramel sauce for our dessert.
Our waitress could not have been more helpful. Although we (mostly) spoke French with her, I think she would have been fine speaking English as well.
This is a place you shouldn't miss.
4.5 based on 651 reviews
Welcome to aur restaurant situated in the worlwid renowned seaside resort of Etretat. With my team and in aur welcoming environnent, we will awaken your taste buds with the genuine and traditional fare that has made our reputation over the year
Etretat in late December is not the most animated place and several restaurants were closed. We were attracted by the atmosphere of the place seen from outside. The menu was rather eclectic as well. Our dishes have been to our full satisfaction, including the experience...MoreMiss and Mister Many's thank's for your lovely message see you an other days Sonia Gerdelat and staff
3.5 based on 242 reviews
Restaurant panoramique de fruits de mer
Drove up the coast from Honfleur to visit the coastline on a Monet painting, Etretat has an oyster bed off the beach so it was oysters for lunch, were else than its name sake L'Huitriere. Pleasant reception on arrival, have you booked Sir, no its a Monday, we were shown to a window table overlooking the sea, menus and wine list, ordered two Kir Royal, the waitress had never heard of them, after I had picked myself up off the floor a gentleman waiter came over and two glasses of champagne with cassis arrived? We ordered Bisque de Langoustine 22.90 euros and dozen oysters No3 24.90 euros, a plate of amuse bouche was nicely presented, the soup was excellent and the oysters very enjoyable, main courses Meddaillon de Lotte (monk fish) 27.90 euros and trio of fish (salmon, monk fish & sea bass) 24.90 euros, served with creamed leeks & carrot/swede puree, champagne sauce, plates were decorated well and the food was hot, Pouilly Fuisse 49.00 euros was the ideal choice, coffee finished off a very well cooked and presented lunch. Service 3/10, Atmosphere 7/10, Food 9/10
4 based on 1 reviews
This is a great place to eat in Etretat. Menu selection is great and if there is a Chef's recommendation of the day, don't miss it. Grill is closed after 15:30, so be sure to be in time if you want grilled food. Staff is very friendly and nice. Also the food is not very expensive.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Valerie and Nicolas Thomas welcome you in their restaurant place has Etretat has 100m of his(her,its) beach(range) and its magnificent cliffs. Here the home-made is has the honor, we realize all our pancakes and crepes(pancakes) has the demand(request) in a craft way, using only fresh products resulting(coming) firstly from small regional producers. In cooking(in the kitchen), our bosses work seasonal produce and develop permanently new recipes(receipts) so sweetened as salty(steep) that you find every day has our slate
What a pleasant surprise to find a really good crêperie in Etretat! The dough was excellent and there were attempts to offer more than the classics. Only on a first come first served basis, but it's worth waiting for a table in my opinion.
4 based on 787 reviews
We enjoyed a two course dinner for 29 euros each and the food was excellent - beautifully prepared and presented. There were amuses bouches and chocolates with the coffee which made the experience a little special. The room is very atmospheric with lots of carved beams etc. We would definitely go again
4 based on 238 reviews
This restaurant, Le Donjon, at Domaine Saint Clair, is situated in a dramatic setting on a steep hill overlooking the cliffs at Etretat. The people and service was fine--very few people spoke any English. The aperatifs were great. There was a tray of amuses with the aperitifs, half of which were fantastic, half of which were a good effort but failed, both of the fails related to freshness or preparation of fish, which was unexpected, being on the coast. Same was generally true of the courses in our 5-ish course degustation. Some were great, some were not so great, like the ris de veau, which didn't resemble sweetbreads we've had before--it was too large a piece of meat to have come from a calf. There seems to be a bit of acting too big for their britches--fancy efforts with some success and some failure. And, the dining room was excessively warm. After dark, they opened the windows which helped, but not very much (there seems to be a gnat problem before dusk). Overall we had a nice evening, but I'm not sure the quality meets the price.
4 based on 281 reviews
This is a pleasant little family run auberge opposite the mairie in the village of Vattetot-sur-Mer on the coast road between Etretat & Yport. It offers much better value that the overpriced touristy restaurants in Etretat. There is a pleasant Terrace if the weather is suitable. We had the menu du jour, which at 14.50 euros was excellent value for 4 courses. Not surprisingly they were busy even on a Wednesday lunchtime, but the service was prompt and friendly. Well worth a detour.
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