Spending a couple nights in Bayeux. Does anyone have dining records ? We don’t need fancy, just yummy food. Thanks in advance.
It's been several years since I've had dinner there, but I thought that La Rapière was excellent and would highly recommend.
Our B&B host recommended Le Pommier and it was excellent. When we went in 2017 reservations were needed.
I have really enjoyed L'Assiette Normande right near the cathedral entrance. For something a little more casual, particularly if the weather allows for outdoor dining, Hôtel Reine Mathilde has some nice tables right near one of the canals. I'm sure they have indoor dinging as well.
You might get on the Bayeux forum on tripadvisor.com for current comments about local restaurants.
Spent 5 nights there in 2019. I don't remember the names of the restaurants, but I do remember that most of them required reservations. We did eat at one that did not take reservations, but the other 4 took reservations.
We were in Bayeux just last week. We enjoyed dinner at https://www.restaurantlepommier.com. We had lunch at https://www.moulindelagalette-bayeux.com. Le Mouline de Galette is right across from the Bayeux Tapestry and has a charming outside patio. We made reservations for dinner and I think it was a good thing we did.
So many great suggestions. Thank you all. Wish I had ´more time to eat at all the places.
Any suggestions on a bakery (or other) for buying sandwiches or other ready to go food to take for lunch? We'll be looking for food to take on the train after seeing the tapestry in the morning.
There's a large LeClerc grocery store right on the periphery road, to the West of downtown Bayeux. I often stop to stock up there on first arriving in Normandy. Other than that, most bakeries offer pre-made sandwiches such as cheese, ham and cheese, etc.
La Manufacture is right on the corner across from the cathedral ( sit outside and you have a view), very good food. I loved my goat cheese salad and my husband had an amazing burger. We were just there in April.
Le Pommiere was great, but L’Assiette right in front of the cathedral was more fun and less formal.
We also enjoyed meals at L’Assiette. The servers were patient, gracious and helpful. But those are the things I remember more than what was on my plate and make for a memorable meal in my world. We went back a couple of times.