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This restaurant is located out of town just next to the famous Carnac standing stones and it is definitely worth looking for it.
It is honestly one of the best meal I ever had.
There were four of us,with different dishes, and we all agreed...that the quality of the food is frankly exceptional and would well be worth a Michelin star.
The menu priced at 39€ is exceptional value for money.
Service is extremely attentive and friendly.
Definitely a must visit if you are in the region.
Heartfelt congratulations to the Chef and the whole staff for the great job done.
Hope to come back sooner than later.More
Date of visit: August 2019
pierreCarnac, Propriétaire at Restaurant La Cote, responded to this reviewResponded August 7, 2019
Thank you very much for your recommendation, we hope to see you again, best regards!
Lovely dinner at this great spot just outside Carnac. Very good experience, food was excellent and service to match. A pleasant rustic garden to sit in with tables dotted around. Very much enjoyed our evening in good surroundings and excellent dining.
Date of visit: July 2019
pierreCarnac, Propriétaire at Restaurant La Cote, responded to this reviewResponded July 23, 2019
Very much enjoyed to read your commentary, thank you so much.
I really wanted to love this restaurant and chose it for my husband's 70th birthday specifically because of its lobster menu. We reserved well in advance. When we arrived, the first thing we learned was that there were no lobsters left. We took another menu...that included a series of appetizers and choice of dessert. Before we ordered, there was an amuse-bouche. a cream soup with salmon rillettes. After we ordered, there was another soup of beet with ginger and whipped cream, delicious but rich. Our first course arrived, foie gras rolled around dried fruits and nuts, together with boudin noir, grilled apple and a quail thigh. All was perfect, but together was too much. But then we had an entree based on fish, excellent and fresh, and a third, a cold cream puff filled with Roquefort cheese and walnuts. When the waitress came to take the dessert choices, I hesitated. But finally I chose a Mandarin orange dessert , expecting sorbet, and Patrick took the crepes Suzette. The. crepes were terrific, but the Mandarin cake, tasty as it was, was topped with more whipped cream and a disc of white chocolate.
In a series of small dishes such as this, there has to be some consideration of the levels of richness. We could have done without soups and the boudin, and the puff with Roquefort was too heavy before dessert (maybe better with less cheese and warm). My apologies to the chef--each effort was original--but the sum was too much.
Service was lovely and attentive without hovering.More
Date of visit: May 2019
pierreCarnac, Propriétaire at Restaurant La Cote, responded to this reviewResponded May 6, 2019
Thank you...most of time we have lobsters in the aquarium of the service too, this time all have been sold the day before....but you have find something else really different
Amazing commentary, very happy to read it, best regards, Pierre & Lea
If you’re fighting the freezing winds at the megaliths, find your way to this restaurant for a long, but unforgettable lunch. Another surprise in a tourist zone that offers creative, beautiful plate. A seared ahi starter with whimsical garnishes. A local fresh fish, and a...tender pork dish were included in the 2 hour experience.More
Date of visit: April 2019
pierreCarnac, Propriétaire at Restaurant La Cote, responded to this reviewResponded May 1, 2019
Thank you so much, really happy to read that your experience was so amazing!
Very, very happy to see you again.
WOW. This Husband & Wife partnership along with their great team deliver some of the finest food I've tasted in years. Fantastic would be an understatement from this Michelin recognized quirky stylish restaurant that deserves a Star. It's a roller coaster of wonderful taste experiences...that will simply delight.Hidden away on a bend near the mysterious historic landmark of the Carnac Stones. This is a must visit for those seeking a gastronomic encounter par excellenceMore
Date of visit: September 2017
pierreCarnac, Propriétaire at Restaurant La Cote, responded to this reviewResponded August 17, 2018
Thank you Graham, i remember you now cause the picture of my self in the kitchen!, please keep this picture for yourself, just this one , i wonder if you could.
Thank you so much for your visit and this fabulous text!
A simple 3-course lunch of the highest quality, this meal was at the cheaper end of the menu but every part of it was a delightful surprise. Possibly the most comprehensive wine list I have ever seen. Service was perhaps a little slow but slow...food is perhaps the best. This was a birthday lunch where cost was not a consideration.More