Given the location, it's probably the best restaurant 10 miles around.
However if you are on holidays nearby, I'd probably head to St Malo/Cancale for a nicer experience.
The food was good, but there was always something that was not quite right. For the price we paid, that was acceptable, but given the choice, we would not come back.
The service was cold at the beginning, but warmed up as the night went along.
Seems they don't get many tourists as the waitress flagged us while serving the appetizer "So you're spending a week end in Brittany?" (got the impression everyone else in the room were locals).
Ok, down to the food:
They have several menu, from 23 to 60+
Appetizer: Terrine de chevreuil (game pate)
The pate itself was very good, well seasoned, nice flavour. However it was served with some green salad with average sauce, 2 slice of smoked duck breast that felt totally out of place, and some curry powder on the side that didn't look right.
My wife had a terrine de cabillaud saumon (cod/salmon pate) which was absolutely delicious. Not sure why, but it actually tasted of crab, so it made a very nice plate for just 13 EUR.
Main: Gigolette de pintade farcie aux champignons (it's a kind of chicken leg stuffed with mushroom).
The stuffing was the highlight, packed with flavors. The rest was just ok: the chicken skin was not crispy enough to be eaten, and it was served with a sauce that we both did NOT like (which was very disappointing).
I had a fondant au choclat for dessert, very good but too sweet.
The bill came under 52 EUR for:
* 1 glass of wine
* 1 soft drink
* 1 menu (3 courses) @23 EUR
* 1 appetizer + main a la carte (13+11)
* 1 coffee
One last note: the music was really not appropriate for a restaurant that pretends to be French gastronomic: mainly salsa/south american.
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