Chez Lindsay specialises in French cooking from the Brittany region. Seafood and pancakes, "the twin glories of Breton cooking" feature prominently on the menu and there is also a comprehensive selection of starters, salads, fish and meat dishes all typical of the region. The "galettes" (buckwheat pancakes) are cooked to order on a flat griddle and served with your choice of fillings. They are made in the traditional way by a team of Breton crêpiers. Buckwheat is rich in vitamins and minerals and has a distinctive nutty taste. For those allergic to gluten - it is gluten free! The Bretons drink cider with their galettes and Chez Lindsay imports some special ciders from the region. They are very different from most English ciders, deliciously refreshing and low in alcohol. In true Breton style, ciders are served in cups or "bolées". The menu is designed to suit all occasions - a relaxed 3 course dinner or a quick brunch, lunch or supper. There is a good wine list designed to complement the selection of starters, salads, fish and meat with a particular emphasis on the Loire Valley.
by ANGELA BEECHING on 17 Jan 2018
Always a pleasure. Never a disappointment.
by I fernandez on 15 Dec 2017
Love this place. So nice to be in a relaxed atmosphere. Steak cooked perfectly and a proper creme brûlée. Staff friendly and helpful.
by Patricia on 15 Nov 2017
My son and I meet here for lunch two or three times a year. The food, service and ambience never fails, which is why we keep coming back to Chez Lindsay.
by David Bohunek on 04 Nov 2017
Lovely food, great service
by Barbara Jefford on 13 Oct 2017
We had a delicious lunch here to celebrate a wedding anniversary - our first visit to Chez Lyndsay. Sadly we live too far to make it our favourite local but if in the area we wouldn't hesitate to come back. The food and service were excellent, and although we didn't try a galette we enjoyed the crepes we had for dessert. Very authentic - and we eat a lot of them when in Brittany.