Find out what European restaurants to try in Avranches. French Land Register data, which excludes lakes, ponds, glaciers > 1 km (0.386 sq mi or 247 acres) and river estuaries.
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4 based on 207 reviews
This place is a gem and is loaded with charm out in the country, located about 2 miles from Avranches in Vains. No tourist trap here and the staff were superb! My large group basically filled up this small restaurant, but the accommodated us well. The host at our hotel, La Ramade, in Avranches, recommended this place to us and we were not disappointed. I don't know what an authentic country French restaurant is, but this comes close as to what I would expect. As the namesake implies, the crepes were awesome! I would not hesitate having dinner here again!
4 based on 68 reviews
We had been on the road all day an arrived late to town. Not much was open but we found this place. Looked like a local hangout and we did not expect much. However, IT WAS GREAT. My husband had the hamburger, which turned out to be the best he had in France and better than most in the USA. I had a chicken breast stuffed with andouille sausage smothered with Camembert cheese and included a salad and potatoes. YUM, it was perfectly cooked and could not have been better, we are so glad we were able to eat there. Service was great, friendly and attentive.
4 based on 55 reviews
Mythical address of Avranches. The grand cafÃ© of the union is one of the oldest cafes in Avranches. A real brewery warm and alive. On found for a coffee or to restore there. A good weather, we take advantage of the terrace, and in winter the heat of its r
We, four cyclists on the wonderful Veloscenie route, had a late lunch here. The outdoor terrace, under four trees that make for natural shadow on this hot day, looked appealing.We ordered our dishes and a bottle of water. After ten minutes (!) a young waiter, apologizing it was his first day, told there were no more mussels. After consulting the menu, a salad was ordered instead. Two dishes were served, and we were informed that the salad was unavailable -- as was the other salad ordered. In fact NONE of the four salads could be served. Now even the best of restaurants is allowed to run out of Waldorfs once in a while. But the very least one can do is to tell your guests immediately. Now two of us had finished eating before the two other dishes were served. Believe it or not, both of these were the wrong ones ... The main course of the day menu that eventually came instead was bland, while the "lardons" in the baguette, the second replacement dish, were so undercooked as to be inedible. And the second bottle of water we ordered took so long to come that we cancelled it.Instead of a 45 minute pleasant lunch we had an increasingly aggravating 90 minute one.Here is some free advice for the owner of L'Union which was, we were told, recently (re)opened:(1) If a dish is not/no longer available, tell your guests immediately. (2) Your guests want to eat at the same time. If things go wrong in the kitchen, ensure that dishes are nonetheless served simultaneously.(3) If things go so disastrously wrong as they did with us, it is not enough to say "je suis desole'" about ten times, and add "if you come again next year, all will be perfect" (sic). The professional thing to do is to give a serious discount, to compensate for spoiling your guests' holiday lunch.If I remember, I will google L' Union next year to check whether the restaurant is still in business.Madame, Monsieur,Notre erreur est d'avoir voulu vous faire plaisir en acceptant de vous servir Ã manger et cela aprÃ¨s un gros service Ã 15h00 ( Seul restaurant Ã proposer encore Ã manger) Alors oui il manquait des plats sur la carte et oui Madame, Monsieur, il y'a eu un soucis de communication. Cela ne mÃ©rite en aucun cas le souhait de fermeture d'une entreprise car vous n'avez pas eu de ristourne.En ce qui concerne le professionnalisme d'un saisonnier... Dois je vous rappeler la dÃ©finition d'un saisonnier ?Mais pour la 11eme fois, Madame, Monsieur, toutes nos excuses d'avoir gÃ¢chÃ© un moment si important de vos vacances.Bien cordialement
4 based on 87 reviews
We wanted to eat here because of the rating and convenience to the Scriptorium which we had just been visiting. There was nothing posted on the door saying there was no more seating. We entered at 12:15 and was met by a very rude host who in a loud and embarrassing voice made it clear we were not welcome. I would urge you consider many of the other fine restaurants in Avranche.
4 based on 166 reviews
We were prepared to be disappointed with our pizza having had a few not-so-good experiences with them in France on this trip, but this one was surprisingly good. Our waitress was also very good and helpful. Give it a shot for a quick bite.
4 based on 187 reviews
A wonderful modern restaurant with execellent service and friendly staff. We opted for the set menu with accompanying wines. The food is first rate and is extremely good value only â¬52 euros (which includes drinks). Lovely setting and tastefully decorated dining area. The cheese selection which is left with you to peruse is one of the best I have come across. We will be back.
4 based on 229 reviews
Struggled to find somewhere open tonight and walked passed here before returning to be their first customers of the evening, got a lot busier later. Food extremely flavoury and unique mixes of herbs, but very enjoyable. Like the idea of advertising local artists work on the walls.
4 based on 496 reviews
Don't be out off by exterior of this restaurant . Staff very friendly and welcoming . We were surprised to hear English voices but the town seems to attract English visitors . Food is excellent good choice on daily menu board and not over priced Recommend you pre book
4 based on 325 reviews
We went here for dinner at the suggestion of our concierge. There is free parking directly across the street from the restaurant which is nice. We were taken upstairs to the dining area there, and we were the only guests for awhile. Our young waiter was polite and spoke limited English. He did take our order and brought water, and one of the things we had to get used to was the culture of "eating as an gastronomical experience, not an event." The food does take some time to be brought out to you, but the presentation is beautiful and the food is very good.Another thing I had to get used to when ordering meat was that it always comes out rare, so keep that in mind. The French fries were perfectly cooked, and the desserts of creme brulee and a brownie were perfection.My favorite part of the meal was the Camembert salad served with two, big fried chunks of Camembert served atop a bed of greens with a light dressing. Wonderful!There is a place frequented by locals, and I always take that as a good sign.Good experience!
4 based on 555 reviews
There are choices on the menu - a la carte or 2 courses, 3 course, etc. We had a priced meal - appetizer, main, cheese course, and dessert for 29.50 Euros p/p/, The wine list is extensive and there are many half bottlesWe spent 2.5 hours enjoying our meal in a lovely atmosphere
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