As this was the only place who served dinner at around 1800 we went here. Actually it is not a restaurant but more like a bar which serves food. The service is ok. The food is cheap and price wise you get value for your...More
We were trying to find somewhere for Sunday lunch, not having booked (never a good idea in France) and were rather disconsolately working our way along the beachfront in Dunkirk when we happened upon Le Malouin. Diner-type eating, it was quick, easy and good value...More
This was a nice place to have a quick snack with friendly, helpful staff. The crepes were delicious and the wine and beer were excellent. Some of our friends had desserts which they said were excellent.
spacious and clean, the waiter was extremely friendly and very helpful, there was an elderly couple coming through the door, he dashed over to get the door for them and showed them to a table. My husband and his work colleagues all had a beer...More
Stumbled across this restaurant on the second day of our short break. Had a crepe and a couple of beers for under €10 which wasn't bad. It was a bit busy, perhaps it was a bank holiday or something. But it was nice none the...More