St Malo was very busy on our visit with a major arts festival in town, therefore it was difficult to find a place in a restaurant.
There was clearly more upmarket places on the main restaurant drag but this one had a good traditional menu. The fish soup, moules frites and an excellent dessert, washed down with local cider at a great price, hit the spot for two hungry cyclists who had travelled, laden with heavy panniers, 180 miles in 2 days.
Traditional food, good prices, who could ask for more
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.