Le Château de Sable

Overlooking the Iroise Sea, an authentic and inspirational eatery between land and sea
Restaurant, Gourmet cuisine at Porspoder

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  • 28-year-old chef Anthony Hardy was delighted to take over the kitchen of the Château de sable (Sand Castle); the famous eco-hotel which was awarded a Michelin star under the ownership of Julien Marsault in 2016. Surrounded by an atmospheric “end of the earth” landscape, enjoy the chef’s new take on traditional Brittany dishes served with local produce of exceptional quality.

    It is the relationship which the young and talented restaurant owner, who trained with Hervé Rodriguez and Gordon Ramsay, has established with vegetable growers and fishermen which fuels his creativity. He works hard to extract the best flavours out of the produce they supply him with; out of which 80% are grown in Brittany. “The essence of our cooking? A simple mix of ingredients expertly cooked and seasoned,” he explains. During the week the lunchtime gastronomic bistro menu showcases fish and seafood from the beautiful Léonard coast as well as freshly-picked fruits, vegetables and aromatic herbs from the restaurant’s own garden. In the evening, it is time for carefully-enhanced traditional gastronomic dishes to take centre stage. Why not try Anthony’s diver-caught razor clams in a creamy garlic-infused sauce garnished with seaweed and Sturia caviar or his blue lobster risotto served with a mature three-year old parmesan and artichoke crisps.
  • Chef
    Anthony Hardy
  • Capacity
    • People :  50 place setting
  • Spoken languages
    • English
  • Equipment
    • Bar
    • Private car park
    • Lounge
    • Wi-fi
  • Services
    • Disabled facilities and reception
    • Seminar
Payment methods
  • Debit cards
  • Cheques and giro cheques
  • Luncheon vouchers
  • Holiday cheques
  • Cash
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