Fodor's Expert Review La Table Breizh Café
Although an odd couple at first glance, the marriage of two seafood-centric cuisines—Japanese and Breton—actually makes perfect sense, especially once you've experienced the miracles of flavor that hail from the kitchen of Michelin-starred chef Raphaël-Fumio Kudaka. Imaginative, locally sourced dishes find just the right balance between French gourmandise and Japanese delicacy: lobster dumplings with pine nuts, crisp pork belly, morel, and shiitake mushrooms in a yuzu broth; langoustine, scallop, and foie gras tempura in a bonito-kombu broth; and for dessert, a luscious orange-crème mousseline, with blood-orange gelée and Brittany saffron coulis served over a melt-in-your-mouth Wasabon biscuit. Pair your meal with a natural French wine—you won't mind spending a little extra for something so far beyond the ordinary. This place is in the same building (and has the same owners) as the legendary crêpery, Breizh Café.
7 quai Thomas
Cancale, Brittany 35260, France
- Michelin star quality
- Sublime seafood
- Expensive for this region