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Lundi 12:00 - 14:00
Mardi 12:00 - 14:00
Vendredi 12:00 - 14:00 | 19:00 - 21:00
Samedi 19:00 - 21:00 | 12:00 - 14:30
Dimanche 12:00 - 15:00
we came to eat two and we ate very well, the salmon of corrue always excellent, the rillettes are very good too (a ridge but it's nothing when it's good,) very surprised of the sea breeze ( very good idea) the dishes are well worked, cod in crust and for me a sole meuniere that was very good too (a little new glazed carrot was not
We had a family dinner last night. What a good surprise! We've been having fun! the products are of quality which is unfortunately quite rare, the service is nice and the value for money is very honorable. Other restaurants would be better to take seed! salmon cabbages are to fall and poultry gratin is to be dropped. a gustative happiness. one regret not to have discovered it before we left!good continuation and bravo to the leader and his team!
Having decided to use our Tesco club card vouchers to in effect travel to France for the day for free when converted to a Le shuttle ticket, myself and my wife were without the children for the first time on one of these trips, as such we wanted to do something other than travel to Calais as we had done on similar trips with the children in the past. An article here from ferrycrossings/travel-guides/france/villages-near-calais listed 6 Places to visit within easy reach of Calais. I wanted to visit Batterie Todt which was a second world war gun position so looked for the nearest town from this list, which happened to be Audresselles. Just 30 mins drive from Calais and as advertised containing a lovely beach but as listed on Trip Advisor this amazing shell fish restaurant. As per the bits of advice from other reviewers here having selected this restaurant as the top rated in town and being shell fish lovers, I called to book a table. My French is not good and the person I spoke to only had a few words in English but we managed to secure a booking. Unfortunately having already booked an inflexible Le Shuttle service we were not due to arrive in Calais until 12:15 and though I attempted to book at 13:00, I was advised only 12:30 was available. I took the booking more in hope than expectation and on the day the Euro Tunnel service was up the wall so we did not even get to the town until 13:30. Parking was difficult as it is limited in town and where we did park on the curb later appeared to have resulted in someone having keyed/scraped my car door which put a dampener on events. At the restaurant, the staff advised that there was no space but once we confirmed we had booked they took pity on us and said there maybe a space in the outside eating area in 15 mins. The opening hours listed confused me a little as it details that it is open until 2 pm for lunch but it appears that is when they stop taking orders rather than closing. The outside eating area is covered and watching other people eat their amazing fruit de mare platters was exciting, whilst we waited to order ours. Anyone who comes here and does not order fruit de mare in the various sizes and shell fish combinations available is asking for trouble and if you don't plan on doing so then my advice is to eat somewhere else as this restaurant is geared up for fruit de mare. We chose the option which included half a crab, shrimp, king prawns, snails
Café, Poisson, Fruit de mer, Boissons, Français, Bière*, Terrasse, Complet
repas servis rapidement pour 2 personnes malgré le monde, nous avons pris des moules qui étaient bonnes (par les frites pas du tout) et le plat du jour qui était du cabillaud à la provençale qui lui était très bon. le restaurant un peu vieillot et l'accueil sympathique
Fruits de mer, Fromage, Français, Restauration, Brasseries
We were seated at a private spot by a window in a lovely room with a piano, stone walls and a wooden barrel ceiling. A charming girl waited on us and was a delight. She wrote down the names of all 6 wines we tasted. They were unusual picks and all perfectly matched with our dinners. The chef served up little surprises... the warm grissini wrapped with Iberian prosciutto came with mascerated popcorn & tapenade. The velouté of asparagus was set off by crumbled almond bits. Great scallops. Great langoustines & white asparagus.