Typical Breton creperie. Its specialties are the galettes de ble noir, or buckwheat. The cookies are savory crêpes and the white wheat ones are sweet. The galette is ham, egg and cheese (costs 4.90 euros), the galettes in the area also have a sausage called andouille Baye (costs 8.50 euros). You can also try the Breton cider. This market can be found opposite of Rennes.
The truth is that we were very lucky staying at the Hotel-Restaurant La Coquerie Lecoq-Gadby. This century-old house focuses on sustainable tourism, making the stay was most enjoyable! The restaurant offers a very select kitchen with a variety of signature dishes by the chef, Pierre Legrand. This cook, with a pioneering spirit, chooses products with regard to the environment. You must try the grilled Guilvinec prawns with tender leeks and perfumed licorice, almond milk emulsion or fennel confit lamb with Mas de Vaudoret olive oilr. As for accommodation, the rooms are great. They are located in the new building, which is environmentally friendly. Since then, the hotel-restaurant is a gem of wellbeing for the senses, because between courses you can get a massage!
The beautiful interior of the restaurant La Réserve gives a clue as to the tremendous binge eating that is available with their delicious dishes. Located in Rennes, this exquisite restaurant is a fabulous place where cooking is of the highest level and quality. The products are very well chosen and the food continues to be one of the best that can be sampled in Britain's capital. Following the tradition of Breton cuisine, the restaurant La Réserve has many innovative recipes that are sure to give life to an exquisite point that few others have ever achieved. If you're one of the lucky ones ve have made a reservation at this restaurant, do not hesitate to order the delicious salmon, shrimp papillote and for dessert, the deliciously exquisite cake store: the parlementin. Fab