Came here on a recommendation on the hotel we were staying at not far away.
We chose the 'Menu decouverte' as we both wanted to try the lamb 'pre sale' as you do at Mont Saint Michel. Cost was 38.50 Euros which was an extra 10 euros than the main meal itself (the meal meant 5 courses - total a la carte would have been over 70 euros). The entree I chose was the seafood plate (which was more like a platter for 1!! that itself was filling! a whole crab, 2 oysters, 2 langoustines, normal and 'gris' prawns, and some shells as well). my partner chose the 'fois gras flan' which was good too - but was eaten in 5 minutes as compared to my 20 minutes....!
The lamb was served with a beautiful not overpowering honey and ginger sauce. there were a few little accompaniments on the plate but although my partner and I both had the same plate we both had different things that were hot or cold... The lamb itself was nice, but a bit fatty (happy we got the meal and more food otherwise we would have been even more disappointed if we had to pay 27 euros for that plate!)
The cheese board was amazing! I love my cheeses and I wasn't disappointed at all in my choices there!!
Dessert menu had a good variety however we were not too impressed by the actual food itself unfortunately.
There were 2 waiters for the restaurant which could have sufficed (we arrived as a big Chinese tour group were finishing and before others were arriving), however we felt the young waitresses wasn't pulling her slack and the waiter had more work than necessary therefore meaning service wasn't as great as it could have been, but our waiter was great in every aspect otherwise!
It was a descent meal, but could have been a lot better...
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