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Tigerrr

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Lovely restaurant in Calais
« on: July 12, 2012, 12:16:41 pm »
Gong to France tomorrow, on the cartrain.  Purpose - to have birthday lunch at 'Oh Mouette' in Calais.  Went last year and thought it was superb.  Looks out over the harbour, might be some sun. Proper French bourgeous restaurant,  hard to beat.  I think its possibly the best in Calais, but woudl be interested in any other reccos.
After lunch a lightning visit to Hypermarket to load boot with oysters and other french stuff, then home. 
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Re: Lovely restaurant in Calais
« Reply #1 on: July 12, 2012, 12:25:38 pm »
Myself and Torslanda had dinner in Calais on our recent jaunt.

There is a bar halfway down the main drag (so no views of the harbour etc) that does outstanding food.  I see from Google maps that it is called Au Calice and is at 53 Boulevard Jacquard.

Not cheap but great service and full of locals on a Saturday night, which is a good sign, in my book.
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