My wife and I visited Le Havre during a short cruise on the Queen Elizabeth and asked in the local tobacconists where we could get some oysters for lunch. He recommended Le Bistrot Parisien, which we'd actually walked past and hadn't really liked the look of. We returned and entered to be warmly greeted with a smile and a handshake from the proprietor. We were seated and served quickly. We ordered a dozen oysters (22 Euros) followed by the three course lunchtime special for 16 Euros. The oysters were lovely and my wife considered the foie gras to be the best she'd ever tasted. The food was good, the house wine was reasonable and very drinkable and water was free and quickly replenished by the excellent waitress. The restaurant was very busy with local French people and there was an excellent convivial atmosphere. We certainly wouldn't hesitate to eat there again.
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