After three days in Normanday, we headed to Brittany and were based in Dinan for three days. A full report with photos, hotel and travel information, and restaurant reports, is on my blog:
In Dinan, most of the better restaurants are closed on Tuesday, Wednesday or both, limiting our choices somewhat. Here is where we went.
Auberge du Pelican. Huge cold seafood assortment was impressive. Foie gras ravioli was great but a small portion. Overall, a very good meal.
Creperie Ahna. Open on Wednesday, and a real find. Highly praised on Tripadvisor, we were glad to be warned that booking is necessary as it gets very busy. We found it to be a lively place with excellent traditional food and quite inexpensive.
Le Roscanvec. It has one Michelin star and a 30 euro lunch that is excellent value. Excellent food and reasonable wines.
In Pointe de l'Arcouest, near Paimpol:
Le 360. Noted in Michelin for good value, it has beautiful views too. A very pleasant place to have lunch, but skip the disappointing desserts.
Maison Crouzil. For Stanley's birthday, we celebrated with dinner at this Michelin-starred restaurant a short drive from Dinan. Everything was memorable, but particularly my lobster appetizer, and the flavored butters offered with the breads. The 68 euro menu is a very good deal.
After Dinan, we headed back to Paris via Chartres. See my Paris posting for these.