The staff here were extremely friendly and the service was super fast! Our portions were huge too!! This is the first time that we have visited Calais, but we will definitely return!
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Bustling brasserie with moderately-priced simple food: omelette and chips/Le Welsh (Welsh Rarebit)/seafood platters/pasta. Draught beer. Try a kir (blackcurrant liqueur and white wine) - an excellent apéritif.
A place we have visited many times before for lunch and have never been disappointed. This time we just had drinks on a very busy Friday afternoon and the service was just as good as if we had eaten there. Very friendly staff with a...More
This restaurant come bar come cafe is open almost all day for breakfst until late for drinks However most come for Lunch / Dinner The steak frites is good & cheap with salad & bread & butter The creme brulee is also good but the...More
I ate here three times over the last week and each visit was no different to the other in that the staff were warm, friendly, helpful and appropriately attentive. The food served on each visit was like each other visit and consistently well presented and...More
A good place to eat a late lunch after Saturday shopping since most restaurants seem to close by 2.30pm. The wines were excellent and the food was better than a burger.
Vernacular décor helps his place that had a constant stream of customers through a quiet Monday afternoon. The service was excellent and the meal was acceptable - nothing great but fine for the money.
Great service, with English spoken should your French not be perfect. Great selection of beers and wines and a comprehensive menu including vegetarian options. Food is served all day but the bargain menu du jour including wine often sells out by 3.00pm. Seating area to...More