Bretagne Restaurants

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Bretagne Restaurants

  • traditional country breton at plescop

    I always drive by it on my way to the office, and always think of stopping by but time constraints left me out all the time. Well today I finally hit the place, brasserie, pizzeria, bar Les Trois Soleils, right off road D779 in the business park ZA de Tréhuines, Plescop, just outside city limits of Vannes. Tel +33 (0) 2 97 49 97 47. no webpage,...

  • McDo watch out!

    This is the Belgian version of McDonalds, and the chain is all over France as well. The chain began in 1970 and still is No 1 in Belgium.Luxembourg,and No 2 in France. It is No 3 in Europe wiht presence in 7 countries and 493 restaurants.smallish restos but with children playgrounds as well, very clean and nicely done in décorations not too...

  • creperie in the country side Baud

    We criss cross the area we live often and eat out a lot. Not looking for anything particular, we came here to do some shopping and upon coming out of the town on the way to Pontivy on the D768 road came upon this creperie.The place is very traditional rustic with wonderful old section in stones encrusted on the walls, and the newer section with...

  • steakhouse à la Française

    This is as close as you can get to a steakhouse in France, its a nice country decoration, great friendly attentive service, and moderate prices. The food is well presented and fairly good for the price range of cuts.Not the biggest steaks if comes from more of the beef countries but it will hold its own. Great for a family outing and lunch. The...

  • traditional breton french in the country...

    This is a jewel, tucked away in a corn field on a hamlet near the town of Monterblanc in the breton Morbihanaise. I was here on business so no photos.The deco is 100% country, with family hosting of old farmers themselves; the produce is fresh right off the farms in the area. You think you are going to a country barn but its a longere breton with a...

  • nice small town feel at Baud

    nice small country resto next to musuem of cartopole or post cards of Brittany (see other tip). Its one of the nicest in town with a pizzeria, but also, a pub, rum cocktails and a restaurant with a warm welcome and very exotic decoration.A nice place on the road into deep Brittany to stop by for lunch and family; just up the road from me. pizzas...

  • great traditional créperie at St Avé

    Cant get any more Breton than this one. Recommended to me by breton co workers and it is very traditional and Breton, deep in the woods,you need a car. Reservations required.The place is decorated with Breton symbols in a rustic longére or typical house of the region where in the old days wheat was stored. Very local family setting with folks that...

  • real laidback Creperie at Arradon

    Créperie Les Logoden, (breton for smiles, and the name of two small islets by arradon) .The service was a bit slow but this is a small town, once we got going the lady started talking more lol! To emphasize the food was fantastic, the welcome a bit cold. its nicely decorated just behind the church of St Pierre in city center ,the town close to me....

  • seafood by the harbor vigie

    I have been here before, but now is better with the picture. It is facing the port blanc at baden, just by the harbor,and plenty of parking around it as many passenger boats sails from there tothe nearby island and to see the ile aux moines.The ambiance is marine, blue,and seafood, galore with great breton beer or that other muscadet wine. It...

  • great ambiance and look Connetable

    Great ambiance with a great look at town in main plaza; you can taste seafood or meats from France, and from June there is a wonderful terrace with trees of mimosa de ConstantinopleHere the day starts at 7h30 with a nice breakfast, then at 11h its time for the apéritif , oysters with bread and glass of Muscadet wine. Midday comes with service...

  • ice creams at Port du Crouesty

    This is our stop for sodas, and and ice cream with about 80 flavors to choose from ,heavens!It is loaded with families and right in the esplanade of the marina. You have shade and umbrellas terrace out into the esplanade four scoops of ice cream in a cone or two in a cup; passion and strawberries,my favorites but the family mixes as there are 80...

  • Eating out with children in Bretagne

    (work in progress)This tip is prompted - at least in part - by a recent forum query asking about the location of MacDonalds outlets in one of the culinary capitals of the world because they were 'travelling with children'.I find it so sad that people do not have the confidence in their children's sense of adventure and taste to 'risk' exposing them...

  • nice bar nice view-Le Bono

    great way to have a light meal or drinks while seeing the world go by towards the little harbor down under by the left of the photo below.Nice tranquil town near my kids schooltake a look the beautiful bays in things to do site just croque monsieur with plenty of grimbergen beers

  • An American in Brittany

    a wonderful oasis in my wandering in Brittany ,this cafe is own by Americans from Chicago who lives here and will love to see their visitors from abroad. Home grown food, great coffee,beers,and friendly service in French or EnglishMy stop on my way, and they do weekend live music and art vernissages or paintingsThey ,also, have a Chambre d'hote to...

  • great country resto in Loudeac

    Great local breton ambiance, like a grandma home. The service is very friendly and into cinema as one relative is a famous French actress. The food is serve in a traditional way. YOu will feel really in FRance here menu changes but we had canard fumé and aigneau in leaves that both are great, menus from 14,50 but to eat well need to do the 36...

  • Eat Al Fresco

    Eateries are not the only place to eat. Having a picnic saves time and money and can be an adventure! In Brittany when the weather is mild, the easiest thing is to stop in a grcery or charcutery and buy lunch meat, cheese, fruit, bread (or toast-crackers) and beverage. You should always carry a French waiter's opener-knife (See separate Tip). Bon...

  • A Shame!!

    Years ago, I went to this restaurant and had a SUPERB seafood dinner there for a very affordable price. So, believing it was the same owner (and especially the same cook) Having had a look at the Michelin guide, I truly believed I would have the same experience again, so I went there in August this year and... The only words that come to my mind...

  • Disapointment...

    Restaurant itself is pretty small but looks nice. It's located next to the market in La Rochelle.Looking at the menu everything sounds good, but...WHAT A DISAPOINTMENT when you finally receive what you ALMOST ordered. Not to say that the food is bad, it's quite OK but certainly not worth the price.So, until they get a good service/price ratio, one...

  • En eclectic restaurant on the sand

    Pizzeria, grill, bar and tapas. That's what they have under their banner. If you're looking for ancient French cuisine, you won't find it here. In fact, you could say that about Paris and everywhere else in France, too. But nowhere else was this fact more evident than at this charming beach restaurant. When you're walking up, you think it's a...

  • Don't Miss The Fresh Seafood!

    The sea food here is special, different from the ones am used to. It was definately a great experience.

  • Theatre Cafe

    One place it is worth stopping is at Morlaix is the Wonderful "Grande Cafe De La Terrasse". The Waiting staff all wear bow ties, waist coats and aprons, It is beautifully done out inside with an upmarket feel to it, and also had a terrace outside.It is quite a comical place because as immaculate as the cafe itself it, you go to the loo down a dark,...

  • Breton Italian

    This lovely little restaurant is our favourite haunt whilst waiting for the ferry back to England. Very reasonable, 2 starters, 2 pizzas 2 drinks for only £16.00, (about 25 Euros).Friendly staff & good service Italian salad & Veggie Pizza!

  • Scarce restaurants in Port Louis

    In spite of the authencity of Port Louis, there are only a few restaurants available. The most expensive one where you can eat local specialities like sea food and cider opens only at 7 p.m. and if are hungry you have no other choice than waiting and walking around as the other restaurants open at the same hour

  • the best friendly restaurant

    a very pleasant place, a good prestation (foods and waiters), all in a romantic cityDON T MISS IT so difficult to answer, all is goodmay be seafood plate and caramel pancakethe speciallity is homemade Salidou (caramel withsalted butter), i cannot resist


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