Capbreton in France, from Europe region, is best know for Reservations. Discover best restaurants in Capbreton with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 192 reviews
Last year we had dinner here for the first time. My parents in law live just around the corner and we decided to try out the restaurant and were not dissapointed. The scenery ( great outside terrace) is very nice. The hosts friendly and most important fantastic food. The owners are very passionate about their restaurant. Sometimes they accept no more Reservations just to make sure to give the best service. I cannot believe this restaurant is not higher rated in Capbretons restaurant list. Maybe it's because they just opened last year? Anyway we are very much looking forward to be visiting again this summer (if the restaurant is not fully booked!)
4 based on 475 reviews
Three friends who were excited about this portside fish restaurant....which to be honest was shocking. The blinis were rock solid and you could have broken a window with them.... the fish portions of monk fish were the size of your finger and cost 25euros served on cold plates.... and were hot in the middle and cold in the outside ... microwave....
When we asked about the blinis at the end of the mean we were told the sous chef had not cooked them properly. When we asked if we were expected to pay for them the answer was yes. Rather unimpressed with this overpriced restaurant with pre prepared microwaved food. Avoid.
4.5 based on 279 reviews
Depuis trente ans, tout a cote du port de peche le Regalty regale les plus fins gourmets, dans un cadre elegant, tendu d'acajou prestige de nos transatlantiques, a la barre Mimie et Michel cuisinent en duo. Sur le pont du Regalty, les Turbots, Bars, Dorades, Maigre et autres Chipirons que nos marins de Capbreton ramenent tous les jours du grand large ce cuisine tout simplement. Ici point d'esbrouffe, de noms a rallonges, quelques Epices du piment d'Espelette de l'huile Olive vierge ... Le Banc de Coquillages ne s'engourdit pas pour autant, huitres de chez Gillardeau, Fruits de mer, Homard bleu, coquilles St-Jacques d'Erquy pour une halte de fraicheur
This gem of a restaurant is an absolute find in Capbreton. From the outside it looks small but on the inside it is jsut fabulous, the fish is outstanding, there is no othe words. The service was with smiles and they helped us understand the menu completely.
Drinks and cocktail - house Ameracano - am addicted since. Champagne cocktail was had by another of the party and fine wines. Crisp and beautiful Chalbis served with St Jacques and Sole. An evening to talk long about and treasure. Will return for sure.
4.5 based on 259 reviews
Although tucked away not far from the beach dunes, this is a charming and welcoming restaurant which takes pride in paying attention to its customers needs. The menu is quite small but there are daily specials and the food is well cooked and presented well. From the warm, smiling welcome on arrival to the friendly service the whole experience is one of ease and intimacy.
4.5 based on 200 reviews
Cuisine creative et originale, produits de saison, tout est fait maison
The little seaside town of Capbreton is nestled alongside Hossegor, one of the premier surf Beaches in Europe. Normally I visit in summer where thousands of French and holiday makers descend in a frenzy of sun-seeking and Surfing. It's a different sight in winter where most shops and restaurants are closed for the season and tourists are few. It can be slim culinary pickings! So it was a delight to find La Cuisine open and ready to serve a fantastic, simple, yet sophisticated meal.
I enjoyed a beautifully textured escalope of foie gras, with a velvet veloute of pumpking (and a velouté is far more push than a purée!). Followed by a simply superb veal blanquette with potatoes cooked in duck fat. Beautiful. Being half French,but growing up in Tasmania (that's a long, long story, don't ask) this brought back vivid memories of my mother's veal blanquette. Le yum, indeed. We were too full to have desserts but hope to try again before leaving town. But what impressed me most was that because it was low season and just days before Christmas, there was only the four of us in the restaurant. It would have been very easy for the chef Johann to have rushed through preparation and cooking to get us out the door to shut up shop, but no - each dish was clearly prepared with passion, attention to detail, cultured presentation and care. His respect for his food was evident and it was an honour to call him from the kitchen to say a personal thank you.
His partner Isabelle looked after us with the same level of care, patiently waiting as we translated some menu elements, and also recommending a perfect, well-priced wine: a 'vin oublié', which is a 'forgotten wine'. She explained that the winemakers had forgotten about these particular barrels of wine, then found them and thought they would test, thinking it would only be good enough to throw away - turns out it was a damn fine drop. Now who can't love a wine with a good backstory!?
I am no food expert (neither gourmet or gourmand) but I hope I know what a quaility dining experience feels like ans tastes like. It was a wonderful, memorable meal on a cold south-west France winter's night and I would encourage anyone to try them out for lunch or dinner, summer or winter - you will not be disappointed!
4.5 based on 505 reviews
Restaurant bistronomique sur le port de Capbreton. Nous vous proposons une cuisine créative,faite à base de produits frais et de saison dans un cadre simple et décontracté. Ouvert toute l'année.
Stopped in for lunch as we were in the port area and so glad we did. Fresh fish appetizer with mussels in some wonderful onion/tomato based sauce, the name of the fish escapes me. Never liked mussels before but fresh from the sea and prepared by someone clearly knowledge and passionate, they were delicious. Merlu with vegetables, mashed potatoes and carrot purée was a great main dish. Dessert of a profiterole filled with amazing ice cream and some great coffee rounded off a memorable lunch. The waitress was really helpful as our French was not perfect. You should eat here.
4.5 based on 464 reviews
We had the most lovely meal here last week. The staff were incredibly friendly. We spoke nearly no french and they spoke nearly no english but this made it all the more fun. The food is great and although it's a really nice restaurant they catered well for children. Highly recommended.
4.5 based on 146 reviews
CJ Sushis since 2011. In the last couple of years sushi has become very popular in France. The healthy little morsels of sushi rice, nori (seaweed leaves) and raw fish are made in various shapes, such as maki (roll), nigiri (rice ball topped with piece of fish) and temaki (nori cone with rice and fish). CJ Sushis is a trendy little sushi restaurant where the sushi is homemade with fresh local produce in the traditional Japanese way. Each dish is freshly prepared as you wait. This makes CJ Sushis very dynamic and innovative. We are focused on customer service. The atmosphere in the restaurant is therefore warm, personal and inviting. Come and experience this yourself at CJ Sushis Hossegor and discover the variety of the tastiest dishes of Japanese cuisine.
Good sushi with fresh fish. The sushi here was tasty, but really nothing special. Recommended if you are in the mood for sushi.
4.5 based on 271 reviews
4.5 based on 328 reviews
... and we tried quite a few, having lived in London for 10+ years and travelled exensively :-)
Superior quality and freshness, classic Thai menu (top Pad Thai!) interpreted with style with a few specials (especially the Hoo Moak Talee, unmissable!).
Efficient service and good value for money. Can't ask for more.
We will definitely return.
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