French restaurants in Angers
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Wenches and knaves in medieval costume serve up platters of roasted pork and goblets of red wine - and all-you-can-eat fouaces (Loire Valley pitas) - in this themed restaurant that doesn't take itself too seriously. The venue is a cavernous old chapel, with wooden benches and candelabras. A medieval wardrobe is available for adults and kids alike. On Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights there are jesters and live medieval music - book in advance.
A modern, elegant place on two levels whose traditional French cuisine is made only with fresh local ingredients. Considered by some to be Angers' best restaurant.