La Bigoudène

Crêperie la Bigoudène

Family knowhow in a medieval setting
Restaurant, Creperie at Dinan

  • The Bouexière family have been in the restaurant business for generations. Gilles and his son, natives of Dinan, have been delighting visitors and regular customers for several years against the lovely background of Dinan’s town centre. And they always manage to keep a smile on their face, even during the summer rush.

    There’s nothing nicer than to sit down on the huge terrace of La Bigoudène after you’ve finished exploring the back streets of Dinan’s old town. In summer, the terrace can seat 80 people under a 40 square metre sun shade. From here they can enjoy a superb 180-degree view over the Place des Cordeliers, its half-timbered houses and the gothic doorway of the former convent. Inside the beautiful and opulent granite building, built in 1753, galettes (buckwheat pancakes) and crêpes are made in front of you in the open kitchen. Upstairs, there are tables for 30 guests in a pretty room with a slate and wood decor. The menu, which is changed frequently, boasts scallops from Erquy, mussels from Saint-Jacut-de-la-Mer, farm-fresh buttermilk, homemade ciders, curried gizzards or chicken, and much more. In August, there are so many waiters (in smocks!) that you’ll never have to wait long to enjoy your meal.
  • Capacity
    • People :  100 place setting
  • Spoken languages
  • Equipment
    • Terrace
  • Services
    • Animals accepted
Payment methods
  • Luncheon vouchers
  • Holiday cheques
  • Restaurant cheques
  • Rates 2020
  • A la carte
    From 2.50 € to 14.30 €
  • Menu of the day
    From 12.50 € to 13.40 €
  • Child's menu
    7.90 €
  • All year
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