Friendly staff and really cool pictures on the walls. We only had a drink there and it was a relaxing break.
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We had time for a meal before getting the ferry so chose La Voile Bleue on the basis of some very good TripAdvisor reviews. We weren't disappointed. The food was very good: langoustines starter for me and fish soup for husband. Then moules frites for...More
Nice and busy pub/restaurant overlooking the port and beach of Le Havre, with welcoming hosts always laughing and chatting with clients. We got a huge plate of fresh seafood (oysters, crab, giant shrimps, scampi, etc), a fish soup, moules frites (stewed mussels served with fries)...More
One of our group is gluten intolerant. In all of the ports and harbours we have visited we have never found such a complete lack of knowledge and interest in any restaurant. According to the staff all their food contained gluten, even the rice. When...More
We were recommended this place for "the best mussels in town" so we decided that this would be the place for our final holiday lunch before catching the afternoon ferry back to UK. The owner was very abrupt with us but found a table in...More
It was wet,color and windy on LA Plage in Le Havre, so I ducked into this little place across the street from the beach for a late lunch.. The space was very nicely designed. Good music in the background, from blues to more modern grooves....More
Fantastic food and wine, and the owner, a former boxer, is a great conversationalist. He brought us dessert at no charge when we protested that we were full, saying that we had to try the dessert for which his county is known. The location is...More
We really enjoyed delicious mussels and baguette though the price was not expensive. The owner told us that he could not speak English well, but we didn't feel uneasy at all. He made us comfortable and tried to serve with doing his best. Highly recommended!!