Eat & Drink

There are many restaurants, cafés and bars in and around Dieppe, some of which you will find on the Dieppe Tourism website. Booking is always advisable. Have a look too at our Restaurant page for Les Bruyères.

We want to tell you about three places - one in Dieppe, one in Neuville-lès-Dieppe and one in St Nicolas d'Aliermont. They all do great value lunch menus.

La Chaloupe: 118 Cours de Dakar, 76200 Dieppe   T: +33 2 35 40 47 78

Aux Ouvriers Réunis: Rue Louis Blériot, 76370 Neuville-lès-Dieppe  T: +33 2 35 82 14 07

Le Lapin que Saute: 500 rue Edouard Canneval, 76510 Saint-Nicolas-d'Aliermont   T: +33 2 35 83 78 24

In Rouen, try the Bar de la Crosse at 53 Rue de l'Hôpital for a coffee, drink and/or a delicious crêpe.  For lunch out in Rouen, try Restaurant la Petite Auberge or Les Maraîchers, or consult the Tourist Office restaurant guide.

If you are visiting Neufchâtel en Bray, you might like to try:

Le Chapeau Rouge: 14 Place Notre Dame, 76270 Neufchâtel en Bray    T: +33 2 35 93 27 93

Perhaps for Sunday lunch, another restaurant that may interest you is the Auberge du Vieux Puits near the coast to the east of Dieppe. 

There are also beautiful boulangeries, of which Maison Boivin in Varengeville-sur-Mer is a fine example.  Look out too for Salons de Thé.

For an amazing experience - in more ways than one - try La Dame au Chapeau!  And while you're in that neck of the woods, if you fancy an ice cream, there's a great place just up the street from the Vieux Marché in Etretat.

So come and enjoy the tastes of Normandy: apples, cider and Calvados; Camembert and the other cheeses of the region - Neufchâtel, Livarot and Pont l'Ev&ecêque; meat and poultry à la Normande or Dieppois; local fish; moules frites and wonderful sea food - Dieppe is famous for scallops.