After all afternoon walking the streets of St.Malo, being surprised with more strength than we thought and perfectly preserved walls and a beautiful city, the place we needed to eat something. The recommendation was a success: we had crab meat on a bed of ratatouille with tomatoes and peppers, white wine and oysters, seafood and wines couscous, etc. We had it all for about 20 euros per person (there were 6). It is highly recommended, quiet, modern, good service (effort to speak Spanish, for example) and good prices. The food deserves a 10.
Located in Puits aux Braies in the old town of Saint-Malo, this creperie offers rich, original dishes. On the menu: a selection of salads, omelettes, grilled meats, fish dishes, and, of course, galettes. They also serve cocktails, presented in Celtic glasses. It has a large terrace.
The Java is a coffee bar with a long history in the city. It is known for its chocolate, and it is the perfect place to have a cup of hot chocolate after a long fall day of touring. There is also a terrace where you can enjoy the fresh air from the sea! It's a place I'd recommend if you're in St. Malo.
Restaurant La Duchesse Anne is worth a mention. A good choice if you want to eat well and spend a nice evening for a good price. The menu is varied, with delicious dishes like grilled or boiled lobsters, poached fillet of turbot and other traditional French options. There's a menu for 75 euros with a glass of champagne, lobster, and dessert. At lunchtime, you can have a menu for 13 euros - a good quality : price ratio. One of the best restaurants in Saint-Malo ...
A small creperie in Saint-Malo. The crepes and galettes are great. I recommend the galette with caramel and salted butter, or the lemon crepe. The chef loves to cook, and it shows ... the dishes are great, prepared with quality products. The waiters are always smiling, making the environment even more comfortable.
La Brasserie du Sillon is in Chausse Sillon, Saint-Malo. An original, well-priced menu and good wine list. On the menu you can find seafood dishes, sauerkraut, oysters, risotto, scallop skewers ... plenty to delight the palate! You can also enjoy a breathtaking view of the sea ... really beautiful. Book in advance, as it's very popular.
As lovers of local produce and good food, we decided to try the Jacques Cartier restaurant, located on the street of the same name, in Saint-Malo. This restaurant has simple but tasteful decor, and a good quality : price ratio. The service is great, and so is the food - mixed seafood dishes, sauerkraut, creme brulee ... the fish is cooked to perfection. We will be back ...
La Creperie Chez Chantal is located in the old town of Saint-Malo in Brittany. It is one of the best in town ... you'll be welcomed in an environment with white tables, and red and white checked tablecloths. The menu is varied. A la carte: pancakes (caramel crepes with salted butter), cakes, salads ... the choice will be difficult, but you're sure to find something to your liking.
Jean-Philippe Foucat is the chef of this unique restaurant where you can find everything on the menu except meat. Except for a foie gras starter, the restaurant bases its entire menu on food from the sea. It is normal because we are in Saint-Malo! The star of this restaurant are fish and shellfish. Red Endive accompany all kinds of seafood that parade before they eyes with all the flavor of the world. They have a great sole stew with thorns, marinated monkfish, scallops that are grilled or in sauce, and bass line ... what a great experience it is to eat at Le Chalut! Everything is simply delicious, especially the sauce and fresh seafood and chicken broth, you can´t leave without trying it!
A small, cozy creperie where I had lunch during a walk in St Malo. They have a wide selection of crepes, pastries, cakes, salads, meat, and fish ... and don't miss a glass of cider! There's something for everyone, and you can appreciate the musicians, singers, and other street performers who come here during the summer season. A place that I highly recommend.
In the beautiful district of Aleth in Saint-Servan, the "Piazzetta Aleth" pizzeria welcomes you every day (except on Wednesday evenings, on Saturdays at lunchtime and Sunday). In this welcoming environment, you can try pizzas of all kinds. They make it right in front of you, because the kitchen is open. There's a terrace too, and you can order your pizzas to take away, if you'd rather eat in the pretty harbour.
If you suddenly fancy a galette while you're in Saint-Malo, no problem! Here in the heart of Brittany, you'll find a charming restaurant, "Les galettes de Saint-Malo." Here they serve delicious crepes and galettes, to take away or eat on site. If time permits, there's also a lovely garden where you can sit to eat. Open Monday to Saturday, from 08:30 to 19:30. They also sell top-quality regional produce.
La Licorne is located on the Place Chateaubriand in Rennes. Here you can eat very well, enjoying the regional cuisine of Brittany. The restaurant offers two menus, for 18.70 and 26.90. Worth trying: mussels, oysters, galettes, pancakes, homemade burgers, beef tartare, andouille ... the staff are really nice, too.
Caf de l'Ouest is located in the pirate town of Saint Malo, opposite the castle. Good atmosphere, nice decor, impeccable service ... I have tons of praise for this charming brasserie. It has a large terrace with red chairs, and you can eat well from breakfast to dinner. They specialise in seafood: oysters, scallops, salmon, as well as soups, samosas, warm goat's cheese, quiches, salads, omelettes, toast ...
A small, charming creperie with original decor ... really fantastic and colourful. The owners and staff are very friendly, and the food is good. They have great crepes and galettes, and the dishes are named after fairies and elves, a touch that I love. The "ELFE" menu costs 11.90, and includes a galette, a salad, a sweet crepe, and cider. Bon appetit to all lovers of good Breton pancakes.
La Coquille d'Oeuf is a restaurant that I love. It's original in terms of name and design - definitely worth a visit. A small, charming restaurant with creative cuisine. The menu changes regularly, depending on the season, and the kitchen has quality products. Dishes include foie gras terrine with figs. The staff are welcoming and friendly.
La Dent Creuse is a restaurant-pizzeria in the old town of Saint-Malo. I recommend trying the mussels with roquefort, cream, bacon, mushrooms and croutons - an absolute delight. The dishes are well-presented, generously portioned, and sold for a low price. The staff are friendly, and they'll provide things like colouring activities to keep the kids entertained. They also have an outdoor terrace.
This is a very original restaurant. I loved the stone walls and Breton style. On the menu: fish soup, smoked salmon on toast, salads, grilled sausages with mustard, a number of different mussel preparations, buckwheat galettes, pizzas ... there are four menus to choose from, at different price points: 10.80, 14.80, 18.80, and 24.80. They also have a menu of mussels and chips, followed by a chocolate crepe, for 11.90.