Crêperie du Port
All the atmosphere of a lively fishing port, with all the flavours of holidays
at Le Croisic
Flour made with buckwheat and organic wheat, home-made cold meats, seafood from the nearby harbours, the famous Beillevaire cheeses and a host of other fine Breton products… The menu at the Crêperie du Port in Le Croisic offers all the pleasures of the table.We could boast about the view over the fishing port from the cosy little terrace. We could tell you that we love Brigitte’s very calming ‘seaside’ decor, a pretty kaleidoscope of blue, linen and taupe that you'll see in the old oars that hang on the walls, the chairs or the plates. But what we really want to talk about is the 'galettes' (buckwheat pancakes) and how they're worth a detour. On the menu, which changes four times a year, you'll find cockles from Le Croisic with snail butter, langoustine brochettes with lobster bisque, andouilles (white pudding) from Guémené-sur-Scorff (smoked in beech wood for nine months), scallops served with a puree of sweet potatoes and vanilla butter, home-made sausages from Molène, smoked over seaweed, and much more. When it comes to crêpes, they're served with pineapple in winter, red fruits in summer, frangipane macerated in rum or maple syrup. You won't regret stopping by!