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“Food is excellent and very fresh, service is refreshing”
Review of La Musardiere

La Musardiere
Ranked #6 of 165 Restaurants in Dieppe
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $11 - $36
Cuisines: Seafood
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Good for: Local cuisine
Dining options: Late Night, Reservations
Reviewed July 25, 2013

The food is really very fresh and well prepared. The choices are plenty and changed everyday depending on what is available with the local fishermen.

Service is friendly and efficient, and very attentive. The place is small, so better reserve. Only two tables have a decent view (upfront), the rest are inside a narrow restaurant. But it's worth it.

Their speciality is the blue lobster that can be found in Brittany.

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Thank Dutch-Mikey
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Reviewed May 11, 2013

Great food, great service and great value for fish and seafood.
Since the place is very popular, it is advisable to book in advance.

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Thank Travel509
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Reviewed August 24, 2012

There is plenty of choice of restaurants on the Quai Henri IV, but we chose this restaurant on the recommendation of our hotel, but we would say that it was not one of the best that we ate at during our stay in Dieppe. We chose from the €24 Menu, starters included Soupe de Poisson and Escargots. The soup needed a lot of seasoning and the Rouille appeared to be a combination of mayonnaise and tomato ketchup! No garlic or heat here. Main courses included Faux Filet and Cod Dieppoise. The latter was bland, the steak tough and, peculiarly, served with half a grilled tomato and a roundel of cauliflower cooked in a savoury egg custard. NO potatoes with the steak.....and upon asking for some 'pommes frites' were told they didn't serve these in their restaurant. The Sea Bream was by all accounts pleasant and served, as was the cod, with boiled potatoes and half a grilled tomato. Desserts included Pain Perdu, a variation on 'Eggy Bread', and a trio of house style Creme Brulee - brought in tiny pots, the flavours were vanilla, pistachio and fraise. All fine, but totally lacking the classic topping of a sheet of hardened caramel whose bitterness and crunchiness is designed to compliment the sweet, smooth 'creme'. Instead, a sprinkling of sugar just flashed under the Salamander. How easy it is to defile a classic dish! Service was slow, it took us over two hours to get through our three courses. In summary, there were other more expensive Set Menus but there are cheaper ones to be found in the tourist restaurants. Nothing wrong with the restaurant, but nothing to write home about!

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Reviewed July 18, 2012

We were looking for a restaurant and saw the Tripadvisor recommendations in the window so went in, It was a superb and inexpensive meal, so thank you. Quality is very high, beautiful presentation and an accomplished chef. The cheapest set menu is 15 euros which must be a bargain although not availalbe at peak times such as our visit on Bastille Day for lunch. The 25 euro menu had good choice and was superbly prepared - we had lobster bisque, sea bass in a langoustine sauce and pain perdu all of which were fresh, well presented and delicious. Service was efficient (could have been more gracious, but hey, this is France ,,,).

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Thank UKandFrance
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Reviewed April 8, 2012

We always did find the book ' Le Bottin Gourmand ' very helpful in finding a good local Restaurant in France. This time we were disappointed.
Dieppe, along the portside in the sun but with a brise, Just beautiful.
We were looking for the listed Restaurant in the guide and did find it. The menu choices sem to be good and a few people did have already their lunch.
We had a table by thewindow which was open, a bit chilly as we had no sun in the Restaurant, the daily choices came quickly on a blackboard but than we waited. and waited finally the order was taken. The water and wine came and than we waited.....
the dishes arrived and were flavorless. My partner had a plaice with vegis and I had fish stew. We decided on a dessert to lift our spirit and ordered ' Ile Flottant ' also here not fluffy enough.
Would we go back ? NO which is sad as we are often in the region.
Now I have to question my food guide, has something changed that it did not fulfill the normal standard or was it just bad luck ?

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1  Thank R113
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