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Roscoff, France

French restaurant

C'est ici Reviews | Rating 4.2 out of 5 stars (8 reviews)

C'est ici is located in Roscoff, France on Port du Bloscon. C'est ici is rated 4.2 out of 5 in the category french restaurant in France.


Port du Bloscon

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+33 298290246

Service options

Outdoor seatingDine-in


Bar on siteGood for kidsHigh chairsToilets


Wheelchair-accessible car parkWheelchair-accessible entranceWheelchair-accessible seatingWheelchair-accessible toilet


CoffeeHealthy optionsKids' menu

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Michael Schwab

Excellent wine recommendation ... we had 2 burgers and a 450g entrecote ... neither the burgers nor the entrecôte were cooked to our orders ... fries were very soggy ... not what to expect from a 19 burger ... The 40 450g entrecote was not more than 250 g at best ... when we complained, they took back the plates, redid the same (!) meat and came back with it ... quite disappointing except for the wine ... wonderful view to the marina,though, and nice interior design


Bryan Bell

A lovely location overlooking the Roscoff yacht marina with a large external area on a decked area.


Bruce Brunning

Fantastic location, great beers and interesting wines, wonderful regional and traditional food all in the perfect waterside location. Right on the busy marina but really easy access from the ferry port (1 minute) and the beautiful town of Roscoff (5 minutes).


Wendy Yarsley

We have used this resturant before on previous visits to marina by boat and had an enjoyable meals. It has now changed hands since the last time we were here, there wasnt any mussels on the menu, no set meals to choose. I had the monk fish which consisted of 5 small pieces in a bland sauce, with onions and buck wheat which didnt take long to eat and was 26! The fish was over cooked and my husband had the steak hache which was cremated. We were offered no bread or water.We had 1 sweet & 2 drinks each and it was 70. The other bar in the row had closed down since we were last here. The next visit we will walk into town and eat instead.


Mark Cameron

Lovely little cafe with fantastic spot over looking marina. Great food


andy mackie

Advanced bookings required no matter what.


Bernard Randall

Friendly people, lovely ambience, armchairs, small library (of mostly cook books but including John Julius Norwich's latest book published this year \A History of France from Gaul to De Gaul\ donated by a smitten visiting yachtsman), many back numbers of Le In. The food looks good and reasonably priced though I did not try it myself.



Excellent restaurant, great steak and chips, very friendly, clean with nice views of the marina.