We gad diner here 6 years ago and it was good. Again we passed at this restaurant and again the quality was good. We had a menu main and dessert for 16 euro which was very good fresh fish. One of the better restaurants in...More
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We went in the night before eating at La Maree (we speak fluent French, incidentally) to explain that I have a potentially life-threatening allergy to the capsicum family. It's not a common allergy, but any chef - let alone one in the Michelin Guide -...More
Every restaurant needs to please every customer one at a time. I'm surprised at some of the negative reviews we have seen here. We were treated with courtesy, respect and good humor-and our French language skills are very basic. We have made over a dozen...More
put all of the bad reviews together and expect that and more,i am in the catering business myself and have never experienced such awful food,no textures blended together and thank god for salt,rudest staff i have ever encountered!!!DO NOT GO TO THIS RESTAURANT EVER!!
Friends recommended this restaurant to us and we're happy to pass the recommendation on. There isn't a lot to see in Grandcamp-Maisy, but La Maree makes it worth the detour from the main road between Cherbourg and Bayeux. We visited on a Sunday lunchtime and...More
My husband and I were traveling in the area in December. Low season for this area. It was difficult to find places open at all. This place opened for dinner around 6pm. We were the only ones in there for almost our entire meal. The...More
Quick efficient and friendly service. Starters were good and the main dish, Baked Cod Loin on Calamari sauce Risotto with Mushroom Froth was exceptional and delicious. Creme Brulee for desert, not so good.
I am not sure how to start this review but I don't think in all the years I have been travelling in France have I had such a poorly prepared, poorly presented and such awful food. This is NOT representative of French cuisine as have...More