I am a tourist.
When strolling around in the chateaux for my 4th times (or 3rd?), planning where I should take my guests to go for lunch (except sandwich in my bag before visiting the huge park ) of the Chateau. Just before the end of the tour, I heard a sound of restaurant (kling~kling + whispering), Angelina!
Beautiful displayed desserts are calling, how I can not answer?
-“Trois personnes svp.”
Polite waitress lead us to a full but quiet room. Mini me in my heart can’t stop screaming and jumping up and down with excitement. WoW Wow Woww i m going to lunch next to king and queen la~
Salad is refreshing! Continue reading
I like this address with the terrace, nice during sunny days. The restaurant is located in a charming neighborhood, far from the crowd.
The main dining room
When you enter inside that place, you will notice immediately the huge pastry just next the main door. It is one of their main special: “Mille-Feuille”. They invite you to enjoy sweet. Continue reading
If you are going to Mont-Saint-Michel from Paris, you will probably need to transfer in Rennes. There is a nice french restaurant there, also nice for business meetings. It is just located steps from the rail station, and I think it is a good value.
One of the classic meat based dish from their menu is the Calf’s brain. So it a good occasion for me to taste this part of the animal. The meat comes with a special sauce made with Dijon Mustard, helping you forgetting the strong meat taste.
Nice find, this Basque restaurant is a gem, I really felt like i as in southwest of France.
The Main Dining Room
Basque specialties are well done here, really, I cannot name any wrong detail here. Maybe the waiting time ? But for me since I come for fresh and house made food, I won’t really care. The menu is simple but rotates frequently, and the cooks only use seasonal products. I ordered an appetizer and a main dish from the three or four offered daily.
Appetizer: Herring fillets seasoned and served with butter;
Main dish: Fabulous Veal Brisked and sliced veggies. Continue reading