The French like to eat pancakes! They are this restaurant's specialty, and can be eaten as a first, second, or for dessert. As, for the Bretons, the "blé noir" or dark wheat flour are the real specialty. You can see in the photo that the "recipes", or menus for us, offer affordable prices. They look so succulent, and live up to their appearance. The cheese, ham and egg, and the pear bella Helen were the most delicious. A high-calorie menu, but we had to try it. This cozy and nice restaurant is near the cathedral and within walking distance of the Plaza de San Vicente Ferrer.
In Brittany, you have to drink cider and eat crepes, which are definitely the best in all of France. A good choice is the La Tour Trompette, a charming restaurant-creperie located in one of the city's medieval towers. It has a great location in historic downtown the makes some really scrumptious crepes. Ah! and the best part is the price!
To get here, go out of the city walls through Gambetta, and turn right towards the harbor. You'll soon see that there are several restaurants that specialize in oysters and coquille Saint Jacques. We chose the one that advertised "restaurant de poisson et fruits de mer." The decoration could be improved, but the service was attentive and the food was delicious: fresh oysters, well-cooked cod, and delicious desserts. So yes, everything was very good, except for the Breton entree (and specialty of the house), a roll of cured meat with pepper that I couldn't finish. The price is affordable and I'd recommend it without a doubt.
Near the harbour, this is a French restaurant specialising in seafood. The interior is decorated like an old wooden boat, and there's a terrace just across the harbour. The dishes are well-presented, but the kitchen is not necessarily up to par, and portions are a bit small. That said, the prices are reasonable and the seafood is decent. Try the caramelised scallops.
Between the stove of a small kitchen in Vannes brings together the tremendous talent and enthusiasm of a team of boys and girls ve know how to give life that special touch that you need. Thierry Seychelles is a restaurant owner from Roscanvec. Along with bis heavenly sounding surname, he offers a menu full of dishes full of extraordinary flavors and colors, such as the breaded turbot. You can enjoy dishes such as the sausage land with a thin cover of snow, a meringue topping on apple with a foie gras foam. You can also sample seafood dishes such as fillet of turbot, royal mushrooms, oyster and champagne sparkling broth. In the dining room, the service is excellent. The waitresses are sisters and always have a smile for the public. From the décor, do not rely on exterior wood trusses because we are in the old Vannes. The interior is wonderful!