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Review of Cote Sud

Cote Sud
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Dining options: Reservations
Reviewed July 25, 2013

My husband and I escaped for a weekend in Le Touquet to allow my beautful daughter to hold a 2 day party back at our house in England! Stayed at the Novotel instead of our usual haunt The Westminster. Far too hot in the Novotel so ventured out and immediately on the right hand side of the road leading into the town we saw this restaurant. Lured in by the sight of tables outside and a genuine french feel, we parked immediately opposite - very convenient parking much better than in the town. What a find - if you like superbly innovative food, especially fois gras you are in for such a treat. So good was our meal we tried to book a table for the saturday but despite grovelling and leaving our mobile number - no table became available. Next time we will book from England - it was THAT good. p.s. we came back to a house that was still intact!

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1  Thank Richy22
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Reviewed June 25, 2013

Tried this restaurant as had good review on trip advisor. The only ( or on of only) restaurants actually on the promenade. Great views over sea and sunset. When we turned up, were the only people in there - so had pick of tables. Gradually filled up with locals, and had a good atmosphere. Décor/ ambience is excellent. Our group of 4 went off the " menu of day" , which was great value @ 19 Euros, They also provided a "lobster bisque" type appetizer and some petit fours after the meal at no extra cost. A lovely touch.
The meal was 1st class- although only 3 choices for each course- was well varied. Can recommend the Moroccan style Navarin lamb stew.

If you choose off the a la carte, expect your meal to be in 50 euro range with wine. Go for the 19 euro- you won't be disappointed!

Best dining experience on our 4 day golfing trip to the area.

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Thank Howard S
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Reviewed June 22, 2013

Superb location overlooking the sea and sunset. Ambience pleasant, staff welcoming and helpful. Food not exciting for a Michelin restaurant, perhaps because we chose the limited table d'hote rather than the the more extensive a la carte menu .A baby at a neighbouring table who cried throughout the meal did not add to our enjoyment.

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Thank Vyv319
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Reviewed June 16, 2013

Having read the reviews and, as it was situated near to our hotel, we just dropped in.
The pleasant decor, relaxed atmosphere and professional management made us feel comfortable with our choice.
The menu was extremely interesting with traditional dishes plus some unusual combination of flavours. We opted for a "Menu' which contained all the variety and interest we needed. Our wine selection was a Loire Sancerre and this met our expectations.
The meal quality and presentation was superb, ending with fascinating deserts, served on a slate.
The young front of house staff were attentive and helped us with our struggle to communicate in French and even gave us details of the house White wine, a 'Montravel', not available in U.K.
A most enjoyable dining experience and not too expensive!

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Thank Baileyarabians
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Reviewed June 11, 2013

A bit off the beaten track but with a wonderful view of the sunset over the sea. I think the only restaurant in Le Touquet to have a view over the sea. Plenty of choice on the 20 euro table d'hote and in our party two chose navarin of lamb(a sort of stew) and two the fish both excellent.
Friendly staff with limited French but we got by on our almost fifty year old 'O' level! Well worth the walk along the front but book in advance because it was busy even on a Tuesday in early June. Don't miss this restaurant

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1  Thank chrisbootes
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