This spice company is pretty famous by now! Find Épices Roellinger in their warehouse-shops in Cancale and Saint-Malo and take a trip around the world in terms of smell and taste. You will receive tips and hints to help you season your cuisine.
The speciality of Grain de Vanille in Cancale is the millefeuille made with bourbon vanilla. Try a “galette cancalaise” by Olivier Roellinger® too – it’s a fruit and spice cake -, as well as other delights in this popular tea room.
Enter the Maison du Beurre in Saint-Malo, the lair of Jean-Yves Bordier, “the” master butter-maker. In the shop, you can buy the excellent butter and also discover how it is churned and then pounded with wooden paddles to give it the texture for which it is so well known.
Go into Maison du Sarrasin in Saint-Malo, a delicatessen that stocks numerous buckwheat-based products: flour, crepes, shortbread, savoury or sweet cakes, pasta and even honey!
Salt meadow lamb
For exceptional salt meadow lamb, go to the Doloise butchers in Dol de Bretagne, one of only few with the AOC label for its lamb meat.
In Cherrueix, on the road to Mont-Saint-Michel, Poissonnerie Chistrel sells, direct from the producer, bouchot mussels, oysters, periwinkles, whelks, crabs, and more. They will prepare a seafood platter for you on order.
You can also buy mussels directly at the port in Vivier-sur-Mer
Find the different vintages of Cidre Sorre and also traditional apple juices, on the site where they have been produced for three generations, in Plerguer. Combine with Breton products to make lovely gift boxes.
At Maison des Produits du Terroir in Cherrueix, discover all the food specialities of Mont-Saint-Michel bay and go home with many recipe ideas too.