Les Lices is Rennes' medieval quarter, bordered by the canal to the west and the river to the south. Here we chose the La Gavotte for our crepes and hard cider. It is family owned and operated. Only the young waitress spoke English.
Favorite Dish: This was our first introduction to salt crepes. They are made flat like sweet crepes, filled with meats and vegetable and pinched at the top or form a little package. Very good, we ate them for our main meal the whole time we stayed in Rennes.
French cuisine is maybe the most famous in the world, many people agree with this... I had eaten there the most delicious chicken -although the recipe was from south France- and roast duck in my life.
I don't know if you'll have the power of Asterix or Ovelix after such a french meal, you can just try it...
When you want to eat try a snackbar or fishplace at the road. You will be surprised how good the food is & how cheap it is.
It's never busy at the eat out places at the road.
Favorite Dish: Fish or mussles or shrimps with some fries yum yum!
In Quimper I highly recommend the 'Salon de Boule de Neige'. This restaurant is very famous for its pastries, made by 'one of the best artisans in France'. But be careful, the pastries are huge and terribly rich!