Restaurants in Ile d'Ouessant
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.
Ty Korn serves the mother of all seafood platters.
The buckwheat crepes at Ti A Dreuz attain a rare level of delicacy and refinement.
For $18 a head, Mary Jo will prepare a ragout, simmered untouched for four hours in clods, and deliver it to your hotel or the beach for a picnic supper.