This is one of the favourite hang out spots for the gilded youth of Deauville. After renovation, it has become a very nice place with a cozy interior. It also has a very comfy patio, perfect for people watching. The food and prices are good, but remember, it's still in Deauville.
A visit to Mont Saint Michel cannot end without visiting the restaurant "La Mere Poulard", offering French cuisine and tradition. And even if you don't want to break the bank, at least you have to have a drink in the bar watching the bay. Finding it is easy, you can't miss it: there are always people on the outside watching them cook, as before, pancakes on the fire.
What a delight to sit for breakfast in the sun overlooking the harbor! This charming little town has a magic, romantic and special, beautiful atmosphere, and simply having a croissant here, in the French way, or a baguette (tartine) freshly baked with butter, jam and a delicious cup ofcoffee, is a privilege.
This beautiful square is home to a lovely hotel, medieval not to be missed. Here absolute silence reigns, people talk in whispers, how much would it cost a Spaniard to speak like that!, And good taste is visibl. The decor in shades of gray and brown, the fireplace and exquisite attention, besides the delicious oysters and Calvados wine served , make it an establishment to recommend. The custom of removing the butter homemade hot rolls when you sit down to the table is a real downfall. The sauce with shredded shallots, and vinegar for oysters, delicious cabillaud (cod) or meringue dessert with tangering ice cream dishes deserve a ten. Finally, a place to recommend and whose price is not above 35 € per person.
This is one of my favorite places in Trouville! the food and service are great and reception is always excellent. You can enjoy fish (grilled only) and seafood dishes, everything is fresh and comes daily from the fish market 10 meters away ... Undoubtedly one of the best places in Trouville. There are many people on Friday night's but it's worth the wait. It never disappoints!
The Comptoir et la Table is a restaurant located in Deauville on Marine Pier. The restaurant offers traditional Norman cuisine, with seafood and crustacean specialties, like truffle egg custard, rice with seafood served with half a grilled lobster, the St. Jacques with foie gras sauce, or the grilled prawns with mango. For dessert there is Tiramisu with chestnuts. There is a covered terrace outside (near the pier) with heating. It is open every day for lunch and dinner. Credit Cards are accepted.
The Restaurante Las Gaviotas is in the Rue des Bains, in the hotel above the property. It has seafood dishes and specialties and traditional Normandy cuisine. It has a heated terrace and a dining room from the beginning of the century. The choice is either to order a la carte, like the special fish Sauerkraut Mouettes or Ray fricassee of butter snails, or you can order from the menu. It is open every day from 12h00 to 14h00 and from 19h00 to 22h00 on weekdays and relentlessly on weekends from 12:00 to 23:00. Credit cards are accepted.
The Des Bains Restaurant is located on a semi-pedestrian street with the same name in Trouville-sur-Mer. The covered terrace offers a dozen tables and the kitchen offers Normandy cuisine with numerous fish and seafood specialties. The menu is changed every two weeks which allows you to try lots of new things. Every day there are 5 appetizers, 5 main entrees and 5 desserts. It is open daily from 12 to 2 and from 7 to 10 with non-stop service on weekends and in August from 12 to 1130. The restaurant menu has a lot of seafood caught by local fishermen (oysters, lobsters, shrimp, horns, sea snails, almonds, crab and clam). Credit cards accepted.
If you are in Deauville, go to Drakkar. They have good beer all year long, and it has become very popular this summer. If you are not a star or a celebrity, you're surely be waiting a long time in line. But then you can eat a dozen delicious oysters!
The bustling, narrow road down from the abbey houses many bars and souvenir shops, as well as this place, which is a good choice to re-energize without wasting much time. The most typical dishes, after the grand Mere Poulard omelette (which is on display in the restaurant upon entering) are oysters and mussels "with chips" and a delicious cider that you can see in the photo. Crepes for dessert is a good choice.
This is one of my favorite places in Deauville. A cafe that is anything but a place for tourists as it is reserved only for friends and good customers of the owners. The views from the terrace are fantastic because the restaurant faces the end of the avenue Lucien Barrière. It is beautiful, simple and not too expensive. Something strange is that all the furniture is for sale, so if you like something you can take it home with you! I love this place!
This is a restaurant situated in one of the nicest streets of Caen in old town with quaint Norman cottages from the 15th-16th century. It is an area full of terraces for dining, the food is typical from the region and not excessively expensive.
Chef Jean-François Piège invites you to taste his unique appetizers: pascade aveyronnaise, a kind of pancake in the shape of a cake, as well as poached lobster medallions with lime, celery leaves and cilantro, among other delicacies.
It is one of the most famous bars in Deauville. A bar with unique decor and a Cuban atmosphere! It is the meeting place for all international players during the Deauville polo championships. All in all, this is a place not to be missed. It is a place to see, be seen and, above all, to enjoy the high season: June, July, August and September.