Hostellerie de la Pointe Saint-Mathieu
In a 14th Century setting, a gastronomic table handed down from father to daughter
Hotel-restaurant, French regional, Gourmet cuisine, Seafood
Like a balcony hanging over the Molène and Ouessant rivers, the Hostellerie de la Pointe Saint-Mathieu charms with its old stones and contemporary décor. After taking over the kitchen from her father, Nolwenn Corre's creativity and experience were rewarded by a Michelin star in 2019.As soon as you enter the premises you will be enthralled by the warmth and relaxing atmosphere of this charming establishment. The grand staircase, the imposing fireplace as well as the old stone walls invite you to immerse yourself into the “end... As soon as you enter the premises you will be enthralled by the warmth and relaxing atmosphere of this charming establishment. The grand staircase, the imposing fireplace as well as the old stone walls invite you to immerse yourself into the “end of the earth” atmosphere which pervades this rugged Finistère coastline with its abbey remains and iconic lighthouse. On her à la carte menu, Nolwenn Corre, who qualified at the Institute Paul Bocuse and trained among Michelin-star chefs such as Yannick Alleno and Christian Le Squer, daringly enhances super fresh local produce such as lobsters, langoustines, monkfish, seabream, scallops, clams or abalones from Abers. Only the game and foie gras on the menu are not produced in Brittany. You will be won over by her starter of crab flesh with Dashi (Japanese soup stock) infused with apple juice and geranium and accompanied by seaweed and caviar but it is only when you taste her pork rack cooked with an herb and seaweed salt crust and accompanied by girolle mushrooms, finely chopped oysters and buckwheat that you will come close to ecstasy!
- Nolwenn Corre
- Private car park
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