We found this restaurant while we were walking around Dinan. We were upset to see that many of the restaurants around were serving "French" cuisine, while were were in Brittany and what we really wanted what regional Breton cuisine. This restaurant fit the bill. Nothing fancy, galettes (savoury, made with buckwheat) and crepes (sweet, made with wheat) were the offerings as well as bowls of cider (mellow or strong). But it was definitely local and a heck of a lot cheaper than other places. The crepes were good and this is the kind of place you will see the locals, not just the visiting tourists.
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