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Les Tables de Nantes

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A rather unique place in terms of its concept and personality, which defines itself as a “fun and family-friendly café”. Entire parties of children, mothers, afternoon theatre workshops, games and books for every age group, lively tea-time-apéritif parties, a pleasant weekend atmosphere, loud but not too much so. And then, there’s their healthy cuisine (organic), which is simple, intuitive, very tasty, and not at all bland because it is so well-seasoned. Wi-Fi for mommy bloggers.

Examples of main courses:

Apple camembert thyme clafoutis.
Bœuf mijoté aux épices douces (stewed beef with mild spices).
Indémoulable chocolate cake.

Practical informations:

Lunch: M T W T F S S / €11.30 / €16.80
Dinner: M T W T F S S
Price of main courses (min-max): €7.50 / €9.50
Handicapped person can access to the room.
(source : établissement)
L’avis des handi-goûteurs : “Accès par l’entrée rue Emile Péhant.”


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11 rue des Olivettes
44000 Nantes
Tél. : 09 52 67 31 26
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