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Crêperie Bara Breizh

Home-made crepes in the heart of the Gulf of Morbihan
Restaurant in Saint-Armel
  • In Saint-Armel, in the hollow of the Gulf of Morbihan, the new owners of this restaurant work hand in hand with local craftsmen. Enjoy a crêpe in the shade of a hundred-year-old oak tree.

  • At the entrance to the Rhuys peninsula, in a light-coloured marine atmosphere, this pleasant crêperie can seat up to 100 people. Buckwheat flour from the Hurnel mill, Rhuys tome or petit crémeux, organic beers or cider from Saint-Armel, biscuits and coffee from Rhuys... You will appreciate the home-made cuisine prepared to order from fresh, local produce. Its original Breton recipes have the good taste of salted butter and apple flambé. In addition to the galettes and wheat pancakes, you...
    At the entrance to the Rhuys peninsula, in a light-coloured marine atmosphere, this pleasant crêperie can seat up to 100 people. Buckwheat flour from the Hurnel mill, Rhuys tome or petit crémeux, organic beers or cider from Saint-Armel, biscuits and coffee from Rhuys... You will appreciate the home-made cuisine prepared to order from fresh, local produce. Its original Breton recipes have the good taste of salted butter and apple flambé. In addition to the galettes and wheat pancakes, you will be tempted by the traditional entrecote or the scallop carpaccio with, for dessert, refreshingly homemade ice creams. Treat yourself to a gourmet stopover just a stone's throw from the salt marshes, Tascon Island, Séné nature reserve or Suscino castle!
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