4 based on 497 reviews
We had visited here earlier this year (2014) and it was acceptable then. We returned and were bitterly disappointed, carrement desolés.
The young servers were friendly and efficient, but pushed the young beaujolais; we tried this in lieu of the Cheverny white that we would have had with our fish cos we like Tintin.The young serving mec had asked if we would like to try the nouveau beaujolais; I asked if it was gratuit, parceque c'etait gratuit en les supermarches? Il a dit non! the Beaujolais nouveu was horrid - lots of sulphites - great! Two other diners agreed that this was a bad example of Beaujolais Nouveau; two others said it was fine after the second bottle (aren't all wines fine after the second bottle) and they were clearly well through the second bottle.
So we asked if we could swap the bottle for something decent and they could flog glasses from the rest of the bottle;the chief behind the bar said no; it was not possible to sell glasses of wine from an opened bottle (not sure how one sells glasses of wine from an un-opened bottle), and interestingly, our neighbours were able to purchase an individual glass of the wine rich in sulphites later in the night;
My partner had the oyster/ham/avacado starter and was pleased to find minimal oyster cos she does not like oysters (not a great range on menu). I had the salmon starter which was good with a nice salad and lots of salmon
For mains,we had cod/cabillaud which was OK - but we had had cabillaud in other places recently and was always better in other places; plate was cold and food was warm, not hot.
We passed on dessert and coffee
We would not go back again.
4.5 based on 536 reviews
Our group was divided by the experience -some of us were slightly disappointed by the portion sizes as they still felt hungry after a beer, a galette, a crepe and coffee. However, given the prices of the dishes, it's not surprising that the portions were on the smallish side. I guess the idea is to order multiple galettes/crepes according to your hunger?
At any rate, there was no dispute on one point, the quality of the buckwheat galettes and the froment crepes were really good. We loved how it was cooked to buttery lacey perfection, some parts crisp and some parts soft and fluffy. Delicious!
Tiny restaurant so ring and book in advance. Not practical for those in wheelchairs. Service friendly and accommodating. Good variety of beers.
4.5 based on 675 reviews
This restaurant thoroughly deserves its high TripAdvisor rating. It is situated in a fairly nondescript road, maybe 15 minutes away from the City centre. There is a sofa area for your aperitif and an elegant, unfussy, dining area. Having made a reservation well in advance for our dinner we were given an excellent table.
Menu choices are slightly limited but the food served is fantastic. With great attention paid to the taste combinations / complexity of the dishes. Our starter, the boeuf rouleau was superb and a credit to the chef.
The house cocktail was very popular on the night of our visit. Wine pairings are excellent. All-in-all we had a thoroughly enjoyable meal and I recommend the restaurant highly.
4.5 based on 503 reviews
There are a maximum of 30 seats in this resto, so reserve. We had the €51 menu (two entrees, one plat de poisson, and one dessert, though actually there were also amuses bouches and a pre-dessert in addition.) It's also possible to have the €51 menu with a meat main course, or €61 for both meat and fish. Note that patrons don't get to choose: it's a blind menu. Our amuse bouche was a sabl´e with melon and cheese. The first entree was a fondant de seiche (squid) on a bed of red cabbage with an orange/vinegar/sesame sauce. The second entree was poached oysters de Rhuys with tomato (fantastic.)
The main course was lotte (monkfish) perfectly prepared, as in not over-cooked, but tender and tasty, with a caviar d'aubergine, lobster butter, a bit of cabbage, plus peas and cherries. The pre-dessert was a tuile (thin "cracker") with tarragon sorbet, strawberries, and mozzarella. Sounds strange, tasted wonderful. The main dessert had three flavors: red peppers, chocolate, and raspberries, plus rhubarb and strawberry sorbet.
5 based on 499 reviews
We decided to see why this restaurant had such a high rating for a hole in the wall. Getting downtown by car is a huge pain; recommend taking the tram instead. Anatolia only has 10-12 tables but very friendly service and tasty Turkish cuisine. Warning - very little English spoken by anyone there.
4.5 based on 217 reviews
Looking for a restaurant near the Raddisson Hotel and found this gem. Very relaxed, staff were so friendly and helpful to the two English whose French is laudable. We had the Chefs taster menu with wine......what more can we say. The chef chose what we ate and it was great and he excellently catered for my husbands dairy free diet. The wine accompinament was well chosen. Staying at the Raddisson, go here over the places on Place Aristide - no contest.
4.5 based on 144 reviews
Ici, nous vous proposons le meilleur des 2 mondes de la pizza : Le midi, une sélection à la part, pour s’adapter à toutes les faims et varier les plaisirs. Servies sur une pate généreuse, croustillante et moelleuse, découvrez chaque jour 5 recettes différentes. Nous vous proposons des formules avec boisson et dessert maison. Le soir, un service à la carte, avec une pâte napolitaine, fine et savoureuse. Des recettes italiennes, classiques et des plus originales. Pour accompagner votre repas, nous vous proposons une sélection de vins italiens et d’ailleurs, une bière pression italienne et des boissons bio. Ici, nous travaillons toujours des produits frais (locaux ou italiens). Nous confectionnons une pâte maison à maturation longue, avec une farine italienne. Chaque jour, nous vous préparons une sélection de savoureux desserts maison, en fonction des humeurs et de la saison. Chez nous, pas de réservation, venez, on vous installe et on s’occupe de tout !
I realize like the place. Pizza was excellent, really homemade. And personal is so friendly, the concept isn’t so nice because if there are no available tables, the have waiting are where you can take a drink
4.5 based on 323 reviews
The dishes were excellent, as was the service. We doubt you could find food of such quality (ingredients, preparation and presentation) for such a reasonable price, anywhere else. The service was polite and attentive, which added to the overall dining experience. Thank you to all.
4.5 based on 357 reviews
lovely, genuine, friendly staff.
amazing 4 course brunch: croissants/bread with home-made jam, egg/bacon/rocket bagel with delicious new potatoes and an apple/cabbage/coriander/mint salad, delicious home-made lemon cake as well as freshly squeezed juice and unlimited coffee/hot chocolate. 23 euros a head but well worth it.
cute decor to boot, this place is a must-eat in Nantes
4.5 based on 146 reviews
Le Petit Boucot is located in Nantes close to the Graslin Theatre and has a 24 seats capacity. Our Chef makes a creative and generous cuisine, cooking local and seasonal products. All our dishes are homemade and we change our menu every day. See you soon!
Wonderful friendly, welcoming service, very helpful translating the menu for the less fluent of our group. Delicious food. All of us thoroughly enjoyed our meal.Thanks again for your comment. We hope to see you soon at Le Petit Boucot.
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