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Over priced and very poor value for money for what was supposed to be a tuna niscoise salad but was lots of lettuce and some cucumber with very little tuna. I’m sure it’s fine for a drink or an ice cream but I’d go elsewhere...for food.More
After visiting the museum we needed lunch- as a Coeliac I wasn’t expecting to eat! However, staff assured me I had GF options. Their fries are cooked in a separate fryer ... which is a great drawcard!
Had a delicious omelet and kids had a...great meal.
We were not expecting much, honestly. It's very touristy, but convenient. Parking isn't easy near here, so once you get a space, it's just easier to walk wherever you want to go. The food was ok, the prices were ok. However, we were in France...for 5 days, and the only rude French person we met was at this restaurant. The waitress treated us like we were a nuisance, and even though she obviously spoke English (we heard her speaking it to the barman), she purposely spoke in French to us and made us feel stupid. We had learned a few French phrases - I understand we're in your country, I strive hard not to be the uppity American who thinks everyone should cater to me. This waitress was just plain rude. The couple at the next table also noted her rudeness and said "Wow, she must be from Paris." If everyone in Paris is like that, I'm glad we didn't go!More
There was just enough room for the five of us at the D Day House restaurant. The staff were great. The meals were hot and the drinks were reasonable. Everything was perfect. This is well worth trying if you are in the area. Free parking.
Order mix grill lunch (14.5 Euro) with sweet cider.
One of the worst meals i have had in France.
Meal comprised of chips, meat patty and 3 round pieces of ham (suppose to be bacon), and lettuce with a single slice of tomato.
Best part...of the meal was the lettuce and the slice of tomato.
The cider was terrible so left it behind. A 1.5 Euro bottle cider from the local supermarket is many times better then what they served.
This place is a tourist trap for US tourist looking at the D Day WW2 memorials.More
We were on a school trip and we were told that we had 1:45 minutes to get lunch. Me and a few of my friends decided to go to this place. We were given desert menus at first, which was not what we wanted, we...had to then collect our own menus. After we had all decided what we wanted we asked one of the waitresses serving the people there and told them that we were ready. She told us repeatedly after we asked a couple more times that she would be with us in a few minutes. We then proceeded to wait for an hour to order. We received our food, all, except for one of us, their order was not made after explicitly asking for it, someone else ordered the same thing and received it. On top of this one of our friends was told that they weren’t allowed to use the toilet, they were also customers.More
Normandy is amazing...however coming off-season means that many restaurants are closed and there is tons of roadwork (this may be a constant issue though). We were looking to eat at the restaurant across the street, but it was closed so we ended up at the...d-day house. My husband had an omlette—it was decent. Safe choice! I had a galette. Unfortunately they didn’t cook the egg on the inside all the way so there was egg white slime. I brought the issue to the attention of my server and when they brought me a new dish they did nothing to fix the problem—just put a new egg on the top (this may have been a language issue—we are English speakers with limited French.). My son had the fish and chips—which were fine—bland-but fine. This was the most expensive lunch we had in our trip this week and was by far the least satisfactory.