Following the road near coast headed to Vivier-sur-Mer on our way to Mont Dol, we realized that we were nowhere and were hungry. We had some picnic vittles in the car and looked for place to stop. We suddenly realized that there was a beached boat that was a roadside stand of some sort. We stopped and to our surprise he had a spreader-machine for making galettes (cheese only) and soft drinks (Orangina) to supplement what we had. There were outside tables but it was cool and windy, so we ate in the car. While we were there a vehicle came by on the seashore in the distance. Was this some tourist attraction or was it a commercial vehicle? We did not find out. What do you think?
Favorite Dish: The galettes. That was all there was.
This restaurant was recommended to us by a French woman from Hede, a nearby town. We found the food very well prepared by trained and pleasant waiters. We were the only Americans in the restaurant, which probably has about 12 tables inside and on nice days there is a terrace. They are open for both lunch and dinner. The meat is cooked over an open wood fire. The menu was what I would call moderately expensive, but we felt it was worth every centime!
Favorite Dish: Lamb. It just is.