Most Popular Restaurants in Belz
Discover the best food in Belz, France including Le Saint Guillaume, Cote Et Jardin, Restaurant le BB, Creperie Les Ganivelles, La Galettiere, Les algues marines, Che Luz, Bar Tal Er Mor, Bistrot a Thon, La locoaline
1. Le Saint Guillaume
4 based on 345 reviews
Reviewed By Len L - Crudwell, United Kingdom
Seafood, only seafood (no chips)
Anthony Bourdain said, "Choose places with small menus with a tight focus, places that know what they are good at and that do it relentlessly" and that sums up Le Saint Guillaume perfectly. The restaurant evolved out of an oyster farm which, to my knowledge, they still run. You can eat outside or in (I recommend 'in') and the views over the ria d'Etel and St Cado down to Pont Lorois bridge are superb. Only seafood on the menu, no chips or veg, served with excellent, local rustic bread, butter and mayo. All super fresh and very reasonably priced. A large seafood platter that would easily feed four costs just 51€. The 'classique' is also great value (21€), enough for two. Order it together with a crab and you've got at least two hours' crunching and munching ahead of you. Most dishes are served by the owner himself with hired in staff in busy periods. If you've a birthday to celebrate, tell them! You'll be surprised at what they do. Highly recommended - reservation advisable.
2. Cote Et Jardin
4 based on 125 reviews
Reviewed By PVR2 - The Netherlands
Specialties are nice to have but hey, Côte & Jardin will be enjoyable if you're in for an all evening dinner, not for a quick one. We came here had two formule plats entrees & main course and it took about two hours of waiting and enjoying. Good real French / Breton food, but a bit on the snobby side it was, as the promise wasn't exactly fulfilled.
3. Restaurant le BB
4 based on 356 reviews
Reviewed By jamesdelaney1 - London, United Kingdom
This place was taken over by new owners early 2015 and completely re-styled into a very smart interior with imaginative décor, marine style. The charming new owners call it "cuisine creative" and it certainly is. Starters of Moules Farcies were delicious with a subtle taste of spicyness. Main course of Gratin de St Jacques was delicious. Good wine list, most of it available in pichet 50cl. although we were eating a la carte, there was a set menu around 13 Euros which looked quite appetising.In short a very pleasant experience and a place to be highly recommended.
4. Creperie Les Ganivelles
4 based on 418 reviews
Reviewed By Lesfrancoamericains - Viroflay, France
Creative, delicious crepes
We found this great creperie on a cold December night... Friendly efficient service and fantastic galettes au blé noir! My husband ordered a galette with scallops and curry sauce and I had one with fresh salmon and spinach. The kids went for classic ones with ham and cheese...and were not disappointed. Crispy galettes, creative presentation and fresh ingredients... Everything you'd hope for. Desserts were equally delicious. We'd all recommend this restaurant without hesitation. We'll definitely go back ourselves.
5. La Galettiere
4 based on 440 reviews
Where he question memorable pancakes and a small Breton pub where time can stop Soon the summer months and the cruel di lemma for many: UK or French Riviera? For those who choose iodine and spray rather than the furnace, here is a good plan pancake: the G
Reviewed By Ian T - Thrapston, England, United Kingdom
You get a warm welcome from the friendly staff. The crepes both buckwheat and the sweet are tasty and great value.
6. Les algues marines
4 based on 212 reviews
Reviewed By Robinhood1 - Nottingham
Excellent seafood with alternatives and a wonderful welcome
As has been commented before not many British reviews for this first class cafe style restaurant. Simple straightforward menu with seafood, crepes, salads, omelettes, and a daily meat dish. Lots of excellent desserts and good beer, wine and cider. It is very unpretentious but a proper restaurant style eating experience. The staff are very friendly indeed and made us very welcome. There are no reservations taken and it was open most lunchtimes and a couple of evenings when we were here in the first week of September. We went twice and the first time we had to wait a few minutes and the second time we were welcomed like long lost friends. Two courses, drinks and coffee came to about 55 euros so no complaints there either. The food is simple but well prepared and the whole place has an air of efficiency about it. We arrived about 1.00pm on each occasion and there was no rush for us to leave at the end of service. Many locals, a few German guests and perhaps we were the only Brits! They speak enough English to help out and as often happens there is a slightly amusing English menu! Make sure this is on your schedule if in this area - you will not be disappointed. It is bit out of the way but follow the signs to St Cady from Belz and enjoy the beautiful setting and a short stroll afterwards.
7. Che Luz
4 based on 206 reviews
Reviewed By DockBrief - London
Excellent seafood, great atmosphere
Really great place!Terrific oysters, langoustines, crevettes. Very fresh, good sized portions and very tasty.Excellent wine. We especially liked the sparkling wine.Terrific location, right on the quayside.Quirky decoration and bohemian atmosphere.Very genial hosts - friendly, welcoming and good-humoured. Excellent English too!One of the highlights of our holiday!
8. Bar Tal Er Mor
5 based on 47 reviews
Reviewed By sabineb189 - London, England, United Kingdom
Best Tuna A La Plancha !
Totally unassuming, this local bar-restaurant on the corner of the Ria Etel is a real find. Mostly known to local folks who use the small beach and little harbour of Le Magoer, it is well off the beaten tracks. As an annexe to the Bar Tabac crowded by the locals, the restaurant is not more than a large covered terrace with a few tables. Open from April to September, weekends only except during July and August when it is open daily, Tal Er Mor with its quirky name and decidedly Breton attitude between gruff and friendly, offers a simple, short menu of tuna or beef a la plancha or tartare. Served on a hot plate, with perfectly cooked French fries, veggies and a couple of sauces (béarnaise and provençale, both homemade and delicious), the tuna is juicy, thick and tasty. It is simple but perfect. The rump-steak served also as a thick slab on a hot plate is equally juicy and tender. You’ll travel miles and miles along this stunning coast to find one that remotely matches the honest goodness of what is served here. Desserts are magnificent in simplicity and taste. The apple tart is tangy and sweet with a perfectly cooked crust. It feels like wrapping yourself in a comfortable blanket your grandmother knitted. Very decent beers from a local brewery in neighbouring Plouhinec - L’Hermitage and short but carefully selected wine list. The Malbec is a steal at €15 a bottle. Friendly, efficient, no fuss service. A meal for 2 with a couple of beers, a bottle of wine and desserts comes to a very reasonable €65. Excellent quality and incredible good value. Highly recommended if you are on the south coast of Brittany. Do reserve though. The place gets booked up.
9. Bistrot a Thon
4 based on 279 reviews
Le bistrot à thon vous propose le tour du thon en 80 recettes avec une douzaine de recettes disponibles chaque jour indiquées par des pastilles de couleurs
Reviewed By Nordicnews - Strasbourg, France
This restaurant 30 different ways of cooking tuna-fish. We tried two dishes and were disappointed. The tuna wasovercooked and booooring.Service was sloppy and slow.
10. La locoaline
4 based on 132 reviews
Reviewed By SAKsps123 - Dublin, Ireland
Creperie on the peninsula of Locoal!
This appears to be the only restaurant on this peninsula. We had no choice but to eat here but we were not disappointed..... A lovely creperie with both indoor and outside seating. Very child friendly with a couch, toys and books to keep younger diners happy! Excellent food and service and very well priced compared to other creperies in the area! I'll definately go back......