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Strolled past at 16-30 stopped for a drink asked if food being served, non in France eat at the correct time. Pleasant waiter big banana split enjoyed and walked on.
Returned 19.15 wow no tables and they must have at least 80+ tables. So I...More
Date of visit: August 2018
martine A, Gérant at Les Voiles Blanches, responded to this reviewResponded September 1, 2018
Absolutely terrible. My family have been visiting this area for nearly four decades now. We visitors this restaurant with my mother, father, brother, his wife and my partner and child.
The children's chicken nuggets were still frozen inside so we sent them back. They returned...More
In the busy resort Royan, located just above the yachting port, this restaurant offers decent food, at reasonnable price with friendly service. Don't expect gourmet cuisine, it's rather basic, but fresh and regional and marine oriented. High season makes it necessary to book.
We searched about Royan for a menu that would suit all of the family. I have some fussy kids. The menu is really good value. Kids have some options even if they do not like Moules.
We ate outside overlooking the port which was really...More
We stopped for lunch at this busy restaurant on the sea front. A lovely setting and we waited a short time for a table. Drink we served quickly and I highly recommend the milkshakes they serve which were excellent. My husband and I ordered the...More
Our first night in Royan and were drawn towards this Portside restaurant on the Strip .A warm and inviting Welcome .A broad selection of plates .Good quality food albeit simple dishes .Large portions and friendly services .Typical overpricing but they are all the same on...More
This was the perfect indian summer day and we had lunch under the parasols facing the harbour at Royan. Delicious food and excellent service. Royan is well worth a visit and has that air of old fashioned elegance about it.