OK so I have to qualify this. In Normandy we had difficulty finding savouries in Boulangeries to take out- ask fro an apple pasty and you would get it, ask for a beef pasty and theyd have to go in the back shop and talk about you. There are no Greggs!. Wed tried the local delicacies-andouilletes made from animal gut, Im told, and tasting like it, and tripe a la mode de Caen- a sort of tripe layered rillette, which did not impress. You will know from my other reviews that we are not averse to trying something different,but here we played it safe. I started with vegetable soup, creamy, thick and quite flavoursome. As usual, he had soup de poisson-chowder - which was not outstanding. We both had mussels, him mariniere, me with added cream. The mussels were quite fat, the broth quite flavoursome, and the cream added interest, but the dish was nothing special,
With two fizzy waters and 2 coffees the bill was 51.90 euro, so you can see why the score is poor
The restaurant was on a nice little side street, typically French, set on decking with open sides, on the way to/from Arromanches beach. The staff were attentive and friendly, and service was good
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