Restaurant de l'Horloge

"A local artist recommended Restaurant de l'Horloge and it was excellent value with excellent food.The lunch was 4 courses, including dessert and wine, and coffee for 17.50 euros. There were some choices for each category of the courses - appetizer, salad, main course, dessert. The desserts were unbelievable.It is downstairs in an old wine cave - every one of us loved it.Restaurant de l'Horloge is owned by Patricia and Pascal Combet-Robert and they refer to their food as 'une cuisine aromatique aux accents Provencaux'"

Melissa, USA - 2010
"We enjoyed a wonderful lunch here today, October 2011. We had the 20 euro menu, three courses, extra for coffee and wine. The restaurant is downstairs in the old wine cave so a few steps takes you to the dining room which may not be too easy for anyone with walking difficulties. We are on holiday here in the village and live in Brittany in northern France so can thoroughly recommend this area and especially the food at this lovely little restaurant."

Carole and Anthony - 2011
"As we read highly positive reviews of this restaurant, we made a reservation well in advance, and waited with anticipation. We had a dinner in L'Horloge on October, 9th, and overall it was a disappointment. Maybe we expected too much, maybe we misunderstood the term "semi-gourmet", but it was like this: portions small as in an haute cuisine restaurant, prices high as in an haute cuisine restaurant (Euro 91 for a dinner for 2 without dessert but with a bottle of inexpensive wine), but the food - well, not haute cuisine yet. I wouldn't rush to give a Michelin star to this place. I think that cooking should be more creative, elegant, so that a visitor cannot understand how the chef managed to make it. Here there were no surprises, and I could easily cook the same magret du canard myself. The starter - foier gras - was good, however."

Olga, Russia - 2014
Restaurant de l'Horloge
Rue Léonce Brieugne
04 90 77 12 74


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