Contemporary cuisine, well presented (marinated salmon in black tea with a side sherbet, ...
3 courses menu 42 Euros + wine, there is a cheaper menu of local (breton) specialties
The service is young, cheerful and efficient, some English spoken
The dining room has historical ("classe") wall paneling and food warmer (!)
It is a nice place for dinner when you are visiting the Mont St Michel and want to avoid the tourist restaurants sharing all the same menu.
They may be serving lunch too, I don't know
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