One of the few things that I can't bear about the otherwise excellent VT tip format is the fact that this category is called 'restaurants' rather than something more generic about eating.
Nonetheless, this seems to be the most appropriate place to comment on picnicking sites in the forest.
The forest is brimful of idyllic spots in which to picnic, from dappled glades to mossy outcrops, but with this being Bretagne, it's reassuring to know that there are places to munch on your lunch even when the weather is inclement.
This makeshift cave is close to the Grotte du Diable (Devil's Cave) where fallen boulders have created sheltered spots to which you can retreat when the heavens open.
(work in progress)
I am of Irish descent ... so the teacups come as part of the heritage ... and I am a lifelong cider devotee ever since I won a bottle of Pomagen cider at a church bazaar way back in my teenage years.
So it shuld come as no great surprise that the admittedly odd Breton tradition of serving cider in outsize teacups comes naturally to me!