An Dol Vad

A great table!
Restaurant, Traditional cuisine at Morlaix

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  • In the centre of Morlaix, there's a chef whose cooking is not just good but Breton to a T. His name? Jacques Gestin. So get on down to the An Dol Vad!

    An Dol Vad – Breton for "a good table" and enough to get your mouth watering! So let’s take a look at this special terroir menu that uses local produce - Prat Ar Coum oysters, home-made terrine or fish soup to start, followed by crispy-skin fish with seaweed butter or saddle of hare in ‘chouchen’ (Breton mead-like aperitif)…and to finish, floating islands with salt-butter caramel or iced nougat with chestnut honey! As chef, and Maître Restaurateur (Master Restauranteur) Jacques Gestin is quick to point out, "For 40 years I’ve been doing my best to please my clients with good traditional French cuisine - built on Breton foundations of course." Which is why you’ll always find the traditional ‘kig ha farz’ stew on the menu. Plenty of land/sea combinations here too, in this beautiful, personal restaurant with its cellar-like stone vaults.
  • Chef
    Jacques GESTIN
  • Environment
    • In town  :  Morlaix
  • Capacity
    • People :  76 place setting
  • Spoken languages
    • English
  • Activities
    • Activity for 3-6 years
    • Activities for ages 9 to 12
    • Activities for ages 6 to 9
  • Services
    • Animals accepted
    • Banquet
Payment methods
  • Debit cards
  • Cheques and giro cheques
  • Luncheon vouchers
  • Restaurant cheques
  • Rates 2020
  • Menu of the day
    From 11 € to 29.5 €
  • Child's menu
    9 €
  • A la carte
    From 7 € to 15 €
  • All year
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