French Galette – St Goustan

There is an overwhelming choice of eateries in Auray and especially at the stunning little port of St Goustan, however we arrived early afternoon and many had already finished lunch service. The French Galette is located just near to the bridge that connects Auray with the port and has stunning views across the river with... Continue Reading →

Le Roulis Ouistreham

We walked or rather got blown along the promenade and noticing that Le Roulis appeared to be the busiest and most welcoming of the restaurants open at the time decided to give it a try. Inside it was warm, lively and completely unpretentious; the décor is probably best described as eclectic bordering on anarchic perfectly... Continue Reading →

L’Anchoiade, Quimper

Tucked away up a small side street, but only minutes walk from the Cathedral we happened on L'Anchoiade by accident and a lucky one it turned out to be!   The restaurant is fairly small, well decorated and spotlessly clean. The menus are concise and a range of specials was also featured on blackboards dotted... Continue Reading →

Le Petit Gaveau

Situated in the heart of Vieux Quimper, the pedestrianised area close to Saint Corentin Cathedral, Le Petit Gaveau is a restaurant with style & charm in abundance. Ranging from the vividly decorated internal garden room to outdoor terraces and a slightly more standard restaurant setting, there’s something to suit every mood. We visited on a... Continue Reading →

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