Brittany + Normandy
Restaurants in Brittany + Normandy
Order the baked-Camembert salad.
This seafood brasserie faces the Trouville port.
At Madame Orlac'h's nameless salon de thé you can have a cream tea as good as any in Wiltshire while listening to Schubert and reading ancient copies of Paris Match. Silk-shaded lamps and Staffordshire spaniels garnish the mantelpiece.
Order a bowl of moules frites.
Ty Korn serves the mother of all seafood platters.
Though it’s a local cliché, one must eat at this seafood brasserie facing the Trouville port. The place is the sort of French restaurant you dream—and have nightmares—about: the zinc accents, the paper-covered tables, and, of course, the comically abrupt waiters.
For those who need to host a group (or be hosted) while in Paris, La Table d’Eugénie is a reception space for hire.