St. Malo – Restaurants – Brasserie du Sillon
The Brasserie du Sillon in St. Malo has one major thing going for it: it’s incredible location. The restaurant is not located in the walled city itself, but outside of it, alongside the beach promenade.
The views inside, particularly when seated next to a window are fantastic. It’s even more dramatic when there’s a storm out there, sitting snuggly inside and viewing the storm through the enormous windows.
Food style is traditional French, with a lot of fish on the menu. The preset menus and the “a la carte”menu is quite extensive with a lot of different choices, but the predominant food is fish.
The prices for the menus range between €17.50 and €35.
Ambiance is relaxed, probably because most people are looking outside the windows or enjoying their food. It’s a brasserie after all.
Service is pretty slow and uneven. At times things suddenly move fast, and then you have to wait. It’s a hurry up and wait situation.
This is truly a great restaurant to visit; food is okay, view is fantastic. A real pleasure.
TIP: Reserve, since it gets busy, and ask for a window table.
- Transport Getting There By Ferry from the UK: Daily ferries from Portsmouth, Jersey, Guernsey, Weymouth and Poole. Restaurants More than you can handle. Every corner, every part of St. Malo will have restaurants (there are some 300 in the city itself), ranging from excellent to reasonable. You can eat anything…