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Les Tables de Nantes

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For those who take the time to explore the surroundings of the Dobrée Museum, the dazzling chef Céline Mingam rewards you with her tantalising, comforting, exquisite and mostly wallet-friendly “bistronomic” cuisine. Opened in 2019, this former bistro has been given a facelift with white walls, contemporary furniture and creative lighting, all while keeping its intimate and convivial charm. In addition to the superb natural wine list, the Nantes Baribale, a traditional Nantes-style beer, pairs wickedly with the address.

Examples of main courses:

Soft-boiled egg with black lentils, a celery emulsion and croutons
Flame-grilled mackerel with steamed leeks, potato brunoise and vegetable broth with herbs
Roasted rhubarb with a creamy meringue and strawberries

Practical informations:

Lunch: M T W T F S S / €17.50 / €20
Dinner: M T W T F S S / €7 / €18
Handicapped person can access to the room.
(source : établissement)


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1 rue Montesquieu
44000 Nantes
Tél. : 02 40 73 06 69
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