Great location to sit & watch the world ho by. Service can be a bit slow if you're in a hurry but tge moules-frites were worth waiting for.
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We love seafood. We had mussels with Camenbert or Roquefort sauce, oysters, cod with different sauces, and a stew called cocotte. In an area with many excellent seafood places, this was the best value for money, so we chose to dine there three times in...More
Arriving for the 6:00pm ferry we were lucky enough to find a parking space in the harbour area (rare as hen's teeth) and after walking the length of the street found all the restaurants were closed - not surprising perhaps at 4:00pm. The we came...More
We dashed in to this restaurant on a very wet evening in early September. We were trying to decide which restaurant to use when the heavens opened! Many of the others were not yet open for the evening and we had eaten at this one...More
No complInts. A restaurant n the area of many restaurants. My friends fish dish was good. Mine cod with chorizo was ok but very dry as if it had been standing for a while
Welcoming staff and nothing too much trouble. Although busy had time to explain menu choices. Lovely meal, well presented and plenty to eat.
As, military members, celebrating the 75th anniversary of Dieppe, we gathered in that restaurant for a dinner around 20h00. We were a group of 6, aged between 26 and 60. Just to tell you that we are not a bunch of youngsters being rude and...More
We've just had our second visit to this family run quayside restaurant in a week. We've also eaten here during our previous visits to Dieppe. The menu isn't extensive but what is on offer is very nice. There are outside tables for when the weather...More
We came there to have deserts/ice cream and tea. Staff wasn't pleasant at all (may be because they were going to close soon, but still). We were waiting for waiter for a long, when we asked for help in choosing something good, she ignored it,...More