- The crunchiness of Gavottes®
- Fish rillettes from Marion
- La Fréheloise: white, blonde or amber
- The iodized taste of seafood
- The generosity of the pancakes
- The sparkling local cider
- Fruits and vegetables throughout the seasons
- The real Dinan sausage
- The sweetness of a piece of chocolate
- The power of a whiskey
the crunchiness of the gavottes®
As an aperitif or as a snack,es Gavottes® know how to talk to us! Great lovers or just initiated, the crepe lace made in Brittany has only one mission: to make you fall for it. Rather salty or sweet? With the Gavottes®, it's à la carte and according to your desires:
For a little savory pleasure: crepes stuffed with goat cheese and poppy seeds
For maximum freshness: Gavottes® with pineapple and passion fruit
For a gourmet craving: those coated with milk chocolate
Visit the site of the biscuit factory to stock up on recipe ideas using Gavottes®! On the menu: cookies, key lime pie, crumbles or millefeuille! All you have to do is let yourself be inspired.
fish rillettes from Marion
You know fish rillettes, but have you ever tasted Marion's? In her traditional seafood cannery, this local producer only works with Breton fish. What to fill up with flavors from here!
Accompanied by a slice of bread spread with semi-salted butter, the rillettes are a safe bet. We bet you'll make short work of it!
And to satisfy your appetite, the Les Poissons de Marion cannery also offers creamy soups, a seaweed tartare and tapas to nibble on!
La Fréheloise: white, blonde or amber
One sip and it's a sure hit! Brewed in Fréhel by Youenn and Sylvie Pibot, the Freheloise is a 100% local beer with an inimitable taste. Dukez Gwenn (white), Dukez Melen (blonde) or Dukez Ruz (amber): there is something for everyone.
The filling of hops is also done at the Dinan brewery, In the Landes farm, Carabo brewery or Emerald Brewery in Dinard. For each beer, its local producers in Brittany!
the iodized taste of seafood
The treasures of the Breton coast are also found on the plate! And in Saint-Cast-le Guildo, it's when you want, where you want! David Batard, local oyster farmer, offers the first oyster vending machine in Brittany. No doubt: freshness is guaranteed! A revolution that will save many meals
Today one of the brothers is oyster farmer in Saint-Cast-le-Guildo, and the other mussel farmer in Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer!
Impossible to talk about our favorites without mentioning one of our local producers in Brittany: Roy's company. Here, you will find oysters from the Bay of Arguenon throughout the year, as well as bouchot mussels in season! We know you'll want more.
We end in Saint-Cast-le-Guildo, at the home of an artisan passionate about gastronomy who has created his artisanal smoking workshop. His secret? Let time act! Salting, drying, smoking and refining are all steps that give seafood products a perfectly smoky flavor. Scallops, haddock, mackerel or salmon, which one will you fall for?
Among our shellfish farmers in Brittany, you will also find:
the generosity of the pancakes
Among the flagship products of Brittany, galettes undoubtedly take the lead in the ranking! Bretons or travelers passing through, they make everyone agree. As long as you accompany them with a bowl of raw cider of course! Complete, vegetarian or revisited, the galette is always a success.
And for a perfect recipe, you can count on the Little Emerald Farm in Saint-Cast-le-Guildo. This certified organic farm holds the secret of a good buckwheat galette. All you have to do is garnish it with your favorite ingredients: voila!
the sparkling local cider
Who says pancake, says bowl of cider! And we can say that in Dinan-Cap Fréhel, cider houses are not missing! Tasting, visit of the production and expert advice from the producers... In any case, you will leave with a cider made in Brittany!
And good news, our producers are also thinking of children with an apple juice to consume without moderation!
Do honor to Brittany by also placing on the table the famous water of the Bretons: thePlancoet water. Mineral or sparkling, tell us about it!
Our cider houses in Brittany:
fruits and vegetables according to the seasons
From the orchard to the market, our local producers in Brittany give pride of place to seasonal fruits and vegetables. Fresh, certified organic, picked by you, in juice or jam… Their varied products offer you a vitamin break!
At The Different, Brittany takes on the air of Italy! Organic spreads, sauces, soups and jams are homemade by our two Italian producers, who showcase seasonal products from local producers in Brittany. Guaranteed vegan and gluten-free!
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good local meats
To accompany your gratin or fried vegetables, go to the banks of the Rance. The Dinan sausage produced at the Moinerie farm is the perfect delicacy! A product without coloring or preservatives, made by passionate Breton producers.
Unless you prefer the Gourmet Treasures of the farm, verrines and dry sausages with a local taste!
The Paumerais farm will also delight lovers of good local produce. Sausage, chicken leg or butcher's piece, it's à la carte!
the sweetness of a piece of chocolate
In the heart of Dinan, the master chocolatier of Maison BazilleMaison Bazille – Master chocolatier puts the sweetness in the spotlight! Macaroons, frozen desserts and various chocolates… Difficult to resist! Special mention for Pavés de Dinan, the specialty and 100% original creation of the house. Imagine a chocolate praline with almonds and hazelnuts and crispy feuilletine, all representing the pavements of Dinan illuminated by the sun.
Do you still have some space? Head to the Breton chocolatier shop John Dubois ! Here, we love chocolate in all its forms and exceptional products. Marshmallow teddy bear, bars, boxes, treats... To each their own little sweet pleasure!
the power of a whiskey
There are two ways to drink Breton whisky: as an aperitif or as a digestive! Whether you are one of those who enjoy their drink before a meal or after dessert, whiskey naguelann will not leave anyone indifferent. With an exceptional collection, this artisanal distillery offers cuvées throughout the year, under the impetus of the founder, Lénaïck Lemaitre.
In Lannion, the Warenghem distillery is the oldest whiskey distillery in France!