Behind this dapper red façade, you’ll find an elegant little gem (ochre marbled paper, touches of gold, silk-screens prints of lobsters). Long-time friends, Simon Gourdon (at the stove) and Jérôme Bonneau (in the dining room), serve up mouthwatering locally-sourced dishes that are perfectly crafted from A to Z. Precisely cooked, moreish textures and seasonings, neat and colourful presentation – all of which must be paired with one of the many local wines featured in the menu. Relaxed and very professional service, with wines you can take home.
Smoked beets, lemon-oregano oil, garlic purée and sheep’s cheese with wild garlic
Ancenis poultry with crayfish from the Grand-Lieu lake, mousseline of Nantes carrots, muscadet foam
Apples confit in cider, biscuit and buckwheat-infused cream