Reviews on European food in Beauvoir, France including La Bisqu'in, La Fermette, Hotel Restaurant Le Beauvoir, Le Restaurant de la Galette, Restaurant Le Relais du Roy, Le Relais Gascon, La Casa de Quentin, Restaurant Auberge de la baie, La Rotisserie, Creperie La Cloche
4 based on 443 reviews
Despite as slight misunderstanding over if lunch was available or not we were quickly shown to a delightful little upstairs restaurant and selected the special menu of galette, then crepe and cidre. Delicious and just what was needed for a late lunch after a morning on the Mont and Abbey visit. Good value and very tasty.
3 based on 803 reviews
This was the busiest place during pre-season so we decided to have dinner there as well. It is very nice with the evening sun, and they have plenty of tables outside. The menu is quite big and offers many choices. The portion sizes are quite big, the food is very tasty. We especially enjoyed the antipasto platter and the pot with little mussels in cream sauce. We ordered more bread, so that nothing got left behind in this pot. For the prime location of this place, we were positively surprise how affordable the dinner was. Would go there any time again.
4 based on 303 reviews
Surprised to find such a good quality restaurant attached to a 2 star hotel ( albeit a good hotel) The food was tasty and well prepared and reflected local produce. It was relatively expensive but worth every euro. Certainly worth seeking out if you want a special meal on your visit to the area. The waiter was not a ball of fire but the rest of the staff were friendly and helpful. It was full when we visited, so probably a good idea to book.
4 based on 798 reviews
We recommend the menu. Good price/qualify! Oysters are delicious and good main dishes. I however didnât like the dame blanche at all, we have better ice cream in Belgium. A bottle of Sancerre accompanied the food just fine. Thank you for the hospitality
4 based on 522 reviews
Do get a reservation as this is a small and popular restaurant. Mussels were on the menu with 7 different sauces. I had curry and my husband had Camembert. Both were very good. Wine is reasonably priced. Service was very good also. This is a donât miss place.
4 based on 671 reviews
Chose this restaurant after our visit to Mont Saint Michel as it stated it was vegetarian friendly - this is not accurate at all.Out of the entire menu there are only 4 vegetarian choices: one starter (plain omelette) and 3 vegetable side dishes. Being vegetarian. I was very disappointed with the restaurant description. However the staff were happy to combine the omelette start with one of the vegetable side dishes (Kumbawa crispies: a whole grain couscous thingy with cherry tomatoes and a little more salad). Both were freshly prepared. Their combined price was similar to the meat main dishes.The meat-eaters in the rest of my group were very impressed with the meat options and quality of food provided. Their response has pushed my rating up from3/5 to 4/5.The restaurant was clean and tidy. The staff were polite and spoke English relatively well. There was plenty of tables and we didnât need to reserve a table in advance.
3 based on 366 reviews
Ate here as we wanted to eat early, we ordered moules and crepes as the evening menu was not operating yet, it was ok nothing special the frites very very nice and crispy, the staff were polite and helpful, i would eat here again if we return,
4 based on 249 reviews
During a week's stay at a Gites in Roz sur Couesnon we ventured out 6 km to this Hotel/Restaurant and reserved a table for 9 one evening. Two were disappointed with their rabbit, I enjoyed my 9 oysters, entrecote steak and excellent cheese. The most disappointing part were the very soggy chips! The bill came to 178 euros close to Â£160 for 9 (3 children). My wife did not like the cheap white house wine but I did enjoy the local beer and cider. A mixed review but I must say how much the waitress gave EXCELLENT service throughout the meal. Thank you so much!
4 based on 684 reviews
We arrived on Saturday night without a reservation and were fortunate to get the last table. My wife had a vegetarian gallette and I had fish soup and a four cheese pizza. Both or parent nicely. We have a small picture of wine and two desserts. The price was very reasonable and the service was excellent.
4 based on 278 reviews
We were sent to this restaurant by a local. Everything was great. We both had seafood which appears to be their specialty. Everything was very reasonably priced. The wind as well. A whole bottle for less than â¬20. The desserts were fantastic. We also had the local drink the cavaldos. It is similar to a cognac but is made with apples. Really good. I personally think this restaurant should be rated number one in Beauvoir.
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