Restaurants recommended by the gîte de Laboulaye
We offer you some restaurants in the area or worth a visit !
- St Nicolas des Eaux (Pluméliau) Le Chalet : 8 km away
- Brandivy : Crêperie du Puits (e. g. on the way to or from Vannes, Auray, Carnac, Quiberon…): arrive early: from 12h00 or 19h00 – local atmosphere and extra cakes. Attention: address well known to the locals and gradually to tourists, crowded at weekends and in summer, hence the advice to arrive as soon as the opening. Closed Sunday noon and Monday.
- Locminé : Crêperie Le Sarrazin : even more local! In a basket, bring your ingredients according to your taste: eggs, ham, gruyère, andouille, … and salted butter. Place on the edge of your plate the ingredients you want for your next cake,… and enjoy. (Attention: only buckwheat pancakes served. Unbeatable prices)
- Locminé : Churrasco (Church Square)
- Vannes : Don Camillo on the right bank of the port (simple, correct prices, very fine pizzas, well cooked. Formula “½ pizza salad” often sufficient). Important in town: free parking! Park in the underground car park of the port (just opposite), present your parking ticket at the end of the meal in the restaurant, a coupon will then be sent to you which will allow you, once in the car park, to leave without paying.
- Pontivy : l’Aiglon (opposite the Château) works with a lot of regional products – modern decoration – also offers pizzas
- Moréac: Le Vieux Pressoir: in the countryside, perfect for lunch with children if you ask for a table under barnum outside so that they can play, before your eyes, at the lawn playground during the meal)
- Moréac: the 4 seasons (a little misplaced, but the most “gastronomic” of the region)
- Vannes :
- Au Pont Vert (direction Conleau), only serves lunchtime, do not hesitate to book
- Délice café (opposite the Halles- Place des Lices) simple formulas and delicious cakes, right in the city centre.
- Le café de Conleau (next to the hotel restaurant “le Roof” – same establishment). Access the free private car park: the gate opens as soon as the car arrives. Reservation recommended: ask for a table on the terrace on sunny days or in the veranda with a sea view if the weather is more uncertain. This address is especially appreciated for its location by the sea and is renowned for its copious and always fresh seafood platters.
- A l’image Ste Anne (Place de la Libération: free parking between 12pm and 2pm) – traditional restaurant – interesting formula for lunch during the week.
- Le Capri place de la Libération: (free parking between 12pm and 2pm) – (perfect for a salad on the terrace, otherwise of little interest for a meal in the dining room. Please note: the pizzas served are small and may surprise you
- La Trinité Sur Mer : La Parenthèse (free parking at the Market crossroads just in front). Very banal, and secret environment, well away from the port yet very close. The interior of the small restaurant / Tearoom is cosy and very quiet. Choice: soup (in winter), mixed salads or hot salted pies, and various desserts (Pavlova, lemon pie, crumble, cheese cake,…) everything is 100% homemade and everything is deliciously excellent. Copious part…. Even the soup)
- Josselin : on the basilica square (brewery style),
Hôtel restaurant du Château: traditional restaurant, facing the castle – pleasant terrace overlooking the canal.
- Guémené on Scorff:
les sabots rouges: “Petit air “So British” for this pleasant place to live in the village whose owners are English. Homemade, the “Fish and Chips” is famous and famous. But everything is simple, good and homemade (more Burgers hand style than blanquette)
the Swiss: to recommend in winter, when it is very cold (the Swiss owner living in the heart of Morbihan makes you discover fondue, raclette and rösti from home) he knows how to do it, and it keeps you warm!
- Guilliers: Le Relais du Porhoet : during the week, at lunchtime, the quality/price ratio is very good.
(In general, prefer lunch during the week (excluding weekends). The daily menu is available at a reasonable price)