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I went to Les Filets Bleus with my mother for a cosy 'Réveillon de Noël' meal and the staff were just lovely (without too much fuss). Mum was in a wheelchair which I thought might be a challenge but they carried her up the stairs,...More
Visiting Royan, a busy hot Saturday, chanced on this gem, hidden on a street near Notre Dame.
Chef patron welcomed us and cleared a table. We both had the ‘menu saveur’ (39 Euro) exceptional value. The food was sublime, mainly fish on the menu but...More
We had heard about Les Filet Bleus from various friends and we finally visited for lunch on Tuesday and are so pleased that we did. Despite the restaurant being unexpectedly quiet on the day of our visit we experienced a fantastic meal at a fantastic...More
As the name implies (Blue Nets in English) this is primarily a fish restaurant, but don't let that put you off as there are some non-fish alternatives. The food is excellent, fresh, well cooked and reasonable size portions and nicely served without being overly pretentious....More
From starters to dessert and 'mignardises' everything was refined, original without being pretentious. Mostly fish and sea-food. The advice on wine was excellent, the wine guy being nice and friendly, like the chef. The only negative point was the waitress, neither chatty nor even welcoming,...More
I use to come quite often to Royan.
Les Filets Bleus were my best place to eat.
Last July, I had for the first time a very disappointing experience.
The fish had no taste, I think that it was cooked by error in the water...More
A discreet and formal restaurant well back from the teaming sea front, with dark & cool harbour themed interior. It's a serious restaurant where food is ' tres correcte ' but filled with ordinary French folk. After 2 delicious and free amuses bouches I had...More
This restaurant was recommended to me by a local lady. I was looking to eat local fish, and decided to try it. The food was very good, and the flavors perfect after a hot day of sightseeing. I got the 30 euro menu. The only...More
I was with a group of 10, looking for Saturday lunch near Notre Dame church. Les Filets Bleus offered a delicious fish of the day - sea bream with vegetables - accompanied by local white wine. I am coeliac and one of our party is...More