Soupes, Indien, Plats de bœuf, Boissons chaudes, Sauces
Le restaurant est accessible aux personnes à mobilité réduite et peut donc être utilisé même avec un fauteuil roulant ou des handicaps physiologiques, et il y a du Wlan sans frais. Si le temps le permet, tu peux aussi te faire servir en plein air.
"I usually write reviews in German, but in order to make this one understandable for a wider audience, I'll write it in English. I went to this restaurant last week (May because it had been praised by both my friend who lives in the...area and my hosts. Reviews on the internet are also generally very positive, so I had fairly high expectations. Unfortunately, I got disappointed to a level that I have never experienced before. Needless to say, the view from the restaurant is fantastic, the interior appealing. So far, so good. I opted for a course menu EUR for starter, main, and dessert) because all the items in the course menues seemed to be listed in the regular menu as well, so I thought I'd save some money. I also ordered red wine (I appreciated the waiter's recommendation), and after the first sip, I realized how not clean the glass was! I did not complain because I had already used it and didn't want to start an argument (potential language barriers considered, probably a good idea). The wine was good though, so I hoped the glass would be the only issue. The course menue consisted of a soup made of langoustines for starters, which was good with an intense seafood flavour, accompanied by something they described as tempura (even in their French menu, so no mistranslation here), which it was defintitely not. It was dark brown and ultra-crispy, not airy and bright like tempura, which makes me believe they actually have no idea what tempura is and just call it that in order to make an impression on guests not familiar with the real deal. The main was a revamped Cotriade, a local fish stew, which was also good but tasted a lot like the starter, so it barely brought up any new flavours or surprises. Except for the following one, which made the whole experience as disappointing as mentioned before: I took a piece of fish with my fork, put it in my mouth, and just as I started to chew, which luckily was early enough to prevent any damage, I realized my teeth were hitting something very hard. I took the object out my mouth: a stone the size of a menthol drop or something like that (sorry for the lack of a better comparison, think bigger than Fisherman's Friend)!! I called the waiter and showed him the stone, explaining that I found it in the food. I shall add that I didn't yell at him or accuse them of anything. He looked at me as if he didn't believe me, then simply took the stone and went to the kitchen. After a while, the other waiter came to my table, asking me again where I found the stone. I explained, in minute detail, once more. He looked at me the same way as the first waiter, then said Oh, that's very bizarre. Sorry for that and left. I finished my meal, hoping not to find any other bad surprises... The dessert (which was OK) came without any further apologies but the following sentence: We're still looking for it. It is still a mystery to us Looking for what?! The stone hive where the killer stones come flying out looking for dishes to hide in?? Come on, just admit that someone made a huge mistake and dropped a stone into the stew! I didn't know what to say anymore. I was then offered coffee (the tone hinted at for free which I refused because I simply don't drink coffee. So I got a glass rum (for free) instead. When I finally went to the counter to pay, they asked for the whole amount except for the Kir Breton which I had as an appetizer but which was only EUR. Really? I was speachless. I didn't leave any tip. The waiter said see you again in French but I left without saying a word. So why did I not demand a bigger discount or ask for the chef to apologize or something like that? Mainly because I think that should go without saying. Obviously, something that must never happen in any restaurant, fancy or not, actually happened here, and almost nothing was done to make up for the dangerous situation they put me in (I could have lost one or several teeth and/or swallowed the stone). Therefore I must say: Sorry, but you missed your one chance. I will definitely not come back."