We were staying nearby in the also excellent Camping du Deffay and chose to dine here on two nights - both were fantastic. This restaurant is tucked away off the main road between Calviere and St Rein de Bretagne in a tiny village. To all holidaymakers it is well worth a try to sample some great local cuisine, very well priced in a lovely setting. We loved the fact that most things were left to our French interpretation , with the host speaking little English, this however added to the experience (host was lovely by the way and went out of her way to try and bridge the language gap)- if you are looking for translated menus, don't go here. Very much had a locals feel, again adding to the ambiance. My son's sampled the duck, which was cooked rare, veal and the fish of the day are also to be recommended. Set menus offered great value however with the four of us eating off the a'la carte with wine at around 100 euros was not expensive for the fare on offer. Really enjoyed our visit, slight negative.... seems petty but the potato rosti served with most main courses was not homemade, and out of character with everything else, very minor point however. We will definitely return when we stay in the area again.
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