We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Very nice location, got from an old well restored barn. They serve an outstanding traditional French countryside food, specially cooked on the win rasp fire. Good selection of wines. Definitely a restaurant where I'd like to go again.
Our choices were limited as we wanted to dine on a Monday. This was one of few restaurants open. We are so glad we were channeled by lack of choice to this place.
We had a delightful evening, sitting at a table in the conservatory...More
Late business lunch, 15h00, we thought it would be difficult but not at all.
Excellent grilled meat, great selection. Wine list was superb with fair prices. Service was efficient. I think they are doing the right thing!
We died here with a friend a few weeks ago on his recommendation and being a Guest-House Owner he is fairly picky.
it was very pleasant in a lovey old barn, the staff were very friendly and very kind when my French got a bit...More
Several times we had the occasion to dine at Jean d'la queue
We were never disappointed
The quality of the food is excellent
Even if this place is famous for its meat we often took fish or seafood and we were always pleased
We were in the area for work for Hellfest (Clisson) and we ate at this place on the 20th, 21st AND 22nd. It was that good.
We were a group of 6 coming from the festival (you can only imagine) - we were hungry and...More
The restaurant was recommended to us by a nearby Muscadet wine producer. Although it seems to be known for its meat, my wife and I stuck to seafood, and were very pleased. The preparation and presentation of everything was perfect. I really liked my lotte...More