After visiting some of the sights, heavy rain started and we headed to one of the beaches in order to eat something. It was already half past one and we were worried that they would be closed or full. In the end we found this typical beach snack bar that also served to provide us with shelter from the rain and cold. Despite having visited France many times, I still do not know the language but thankfully the owner knew some Spanish and it was she who recommended our dishes. To start, we had grilled Provençale mussels and prawns with a divine sauce, followed by traditional Breton crepes with chocolate and ground almonds, coffee and ice cream flambé with rum. The price with two beers came to 55 euros which I thought was reasonable.