L'Islandais Restaurant Réserver une table

19 quai Morand | 22 Côtes d'armor, 22500, Paimpol, France
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Heures d'ouverture

Lundi 12:00 - 14:00 | 19:00 - 22:00

Mardi 12:00 - 14:00 | 19:00 - 22:00

Mercredi 12:00 - 14:00 | 19:00 - 22:00

Jeudi 12:00 - 14:00 | 19:00 - 22:00

Vendredi 12:00 - 14:00 | 19:00 - 22:00

Samedi 12:00 - 14:00 | 19:00 - 22:00

Dimanche 12:00 - 14:00 | 19:00 - 22:00


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4 /5 Note moyenne

We'd picked L'Islandais based on Cunliffe's recommendation in the Channel Pilot. It didn't disappoint. We shared a charcuterie board between three of us. Not bad.Main: My wife had smoked haddock with pureed potato and leeks - very nice but small portions. My daughter had the scallops which were good but again - not substantial. I had a lobster - which at the market price came in at €70. The waiter had told me that I needed a 500gm beast; and that they were €10 per 100gms. Having ordered one such creature - she came and told me that they only had a 700gm lobster left - then brought the soon-to-be-dinner crustacean out for me to admire. Have to say it was excellent - simply grilled and lots of meat - which you'd expect at the price.Puddings - now there's another story. They were magnificent creations of alcohol, ice cream, chantilly and fruits - all huge and all delicious. My steer: drop the starter - leave room for desert.

3 /5 Note moyenne

We almost left due to horrible table neighbours , but I'm glad we soldiered through and stayed until desert! L'islandais may look like a tourist trap, but they have fresh produce (their platters looked amazing and everyone seemed to enjoy them) and excellent cooking skills. We had the 31 euro menu, which gives you a decent choice of sea food as well as some meats (not the house specialty). All in all, on a busy night, the food was quite good (the Kouign Amman with peanut ice cream were an absolute delight), but the staff was overwhelmed. They lose a star solely because of that.

5 /5 Note moyenne

We booked using 'The Fork' so table reserved very easily. Sat at table on covered terrace with our dog, no problem. Very busy, but good attentive service, staff friendly and patient with our poor French - they have a menu in English too- useful especially if names of fish aren't your forte! Lovely food, a bit pricey but we really enjoyed it.

3 /5 Note moyenne

Four of us dined here - two tourists and two locals. Food was average for France. Service was slow. Ambience was good, lots of families with children - we were outside on a cool damp July evening. Four menus, with wine €151.

4 /5 Note moyenne

My husband had been to this restaurant before and of course being Icelanders we had to there. I had my first whole lobster and my husband had the seafood platter (again) and we both loved our food. Our waiter was attentive and entertaining.

5 /5 Note moyenne

A fantastic lunch en route to the Ile de Brehat. Chosen on the basis of the numbers in the restaurant and while we had to wait a short while for the table, the wait was absolutely worth it. Our waiter was very helpful (and spoke good English), especially as we had one with a number of allergies. Recommendations were great and accompanied by a very nice white wine. 2 of us went for the 22€ set menu which was fantastic value for money, 6 oysters and local terrine to start followed by a very delicate local fish dish, perfectly sized ahead of half cooked chocolate cake and the local Far Breton with prunes. Divine. Would definitely return again if in the area.

5 /5 Note moyenne

I have been there a few times, since year 2000. I always order the big seafood platter. Crab, lobster, shrimps and other shellfish and it is always wonderful. The staff there is great, funny and helpful. It is not inexpensive but it is not too expensive. Everybody I know have been satisfied and happy about theyr visit to this place.

2 /5 Note moyenne

Though the food is tasty and nicely presented it's far to overpriced for the portions served. The place is understaffed and the waiting times for a plate to be served are tiring long. The staff is young and inexperienced to a level, like in my case, which can harm ones health. I am a celiac and I double checked if the plate I ordered was gluten free which was confirmed by the waiter. I was served my fish with bread crumbs on it, when pointing this out it turned out that the plate wasn't gluten free in the first place and the all situation got ridiculous and totally unprofessional and questionable when the manager claimed that the dish I was served was gluten free, thanks to the Chef I was served a harmless replacement. All in all a stressful and unpleasant evening!