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Berck is small town with a population of about 15,000, the emphasis is on tourism and seafood. As an area with an active fishing fleet you can find excellent local fresh fish amongst the cafes and restaurants in and around the town. Berck has something for every budget but is a particularly good place for families to come and eat, some English is spoken almost everywhere. If you need more information contact the local tourism office (details below). Not all restaurants in the town are included here, at the lower price range quality is variable so where possible find reliable recommendations.
Information for places to eat the Berck Sue Mer area on this page, this link for our most recent local French tourism feature. If you run a hotel, bar or restaurant in the town and would like a free listing simply send us an email.
Many of the hotels and boarding houses in the area have restaurants that are open to the public so if you don't see anything here that takes your fancy please check out our local hotel and tourist information pages for more suggestions.
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Please note that we make every effort to keep these details up to date but check with the relevant restaurant if you need some specific information. Berck is very much a seaside resort, out of high season opening hours may be reduces and in low seasons some restaurants and bars do close.
If you'd like more ideas about eating out in the area you could think about: Brasserie Le Neptune on 36 Esplanade Parmentier or Le Regina on 38/40 rue de Lhomel or Le Voltaire on 29 Avenue du Général De Gaulle. If you want to travel a little further Poivre Rouge -is about two miles to the East of Berck at Rang-du-Fliers it serves traditional French cuisine and a grill menu.
The local tourist office is at:
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