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Our tips for vegan food in BrittanyGoing green on the plate

Our tips for vegan food in Brittany

Vegans, flexitarians and followers of a raw food diet, you’ll be glad to know that Brittany has lots of green addresses to suit your lifestyle. With organic, local, delicious and innovative dishes, reducing your carbon footprint is a pleasure. Discover our selection of “veggie” restaurants to try.

1. At the forefront of cuisine

Les Maraîchers, Les Zouz de Brest, Beaj Kafe (Brest)

Since 2016, Les Maraîchers has been THE address for vegetarians in Brest. Father and son concoct generous bistronomic cuisine in Rue de Siam. At Les Zouz de Brest, take a seat on a bench with soft cushions to enjoy soups, Buddha bowls, delicious desserts or brunches. At Beaj Kafe (beaj means journey in Breton), world cuisine is the inspiration for a variety of tasty dishes. You can eat at any time in this cosy place, read a good book and play board games! It’s almost a home from home!

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2. Green and Zen in the privateer city

Annadata (Saint-Malo)

In Sanskrit, the name means “the one who gives food”. In Saint-Malo within the city walls, Annadata is a vegetarian and gastronomic restaurant born out of Myriam Domange’s love for fruits, vegetables, cereals and pulses. The manager and chef browses the markets of Saint-Malo to source organic and local products. Asian and Ayurvedic cuisine largely inspire her refined and tasty dishes. A place to try, where sharing is key.

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3. Eat healthily in the Breton capital

Petite Nature, Stoïque, and Symbiozh (Rennes)

Do you want to eat veggie during a city break in Rennes? Follow the guide! On the menu of the little restaurant Stoïque: soy steaks as good as meat, revisited nachos, dairy-free cheeses and plant-based mayonnaise. And a dessert to die for: fudge « fabuleux », a raw cake with cocoa and walnuts… At Petite Nature, generous dishes, burgers and pastries are reinvented each day in this “100% vegetarian canteen”. Close to Couvent des Jacobins, treat yourself to a tea-time break at Symbiozh in the pretty setting of its vegetarian concept-store. This warm area contains a café, restaurant and a garden shop, ideal for going green in the city.

Stoïque Petite nature Symbiozh

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4. Vegan crêpes

Demi-sel crêperie vegan (Sarzeau)

Vegans for many years, Sarah and Adrien decided to revisit the Breton crêpe. It worked, and they now sell it on-the-go. Their foodtruck goes to festivals and, on fine days, settles at La Pépiterre on the Rhuys peninsula in a guinguette spirit. Don’t miss the “Heol”, a summer savoury crêpe with aubergines roasted in tahini, buckwheat falafel, herb and dried tomato cream!


Demi-sel crêperie vegan

Where to sleep: Manoir de Kerbot

5. Life in pink and green

Too ti bon (Lannion) and la roulotte Zerôa’ (Trébeurden)

Are you going to the Pink Granite Coast? Here are two addresses to test for vegetarian cuisine. In Lannion, go to Too ti bon. Here, the buffet concept guarantees a friendly atmosphere. Lacto-fermented preparations, vinegars, spice blends and home-made bread are all organic. In the Trébeurden countryside, you may have seen a colourful gypsy van. In her “vegetarian foodtruck” Zerôa’, Valentina, trained in Buenos Aires, delights diners with vegetarian sandwiches, rolls and maki, home-made fruit juices and muffins.

Where to sleep: Le Pavillon de la plage

6. Vegan, raw and gluten-free

Brawcoli (Lorient)

Ready to try raw food? Then try this new concept in Lorient. At Brawcoli, the food is vegan and raw. Soup, quiche, pizza and pastries are served as raw food. It’s disconcerting, but it’s delicious. This restaurant also has a zero-waste approach and a cosy atmosphere close to the port. Highly recommended for a healthy lunch.


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