Fodor's Expert Review Lulu Rouget
Market-fresh cuisine, modern rustic decor, and an adventurous wine list all help make this laid-back bistro a favorite on Nantes's culinary roadmap. Well-crafted dishes forego French fussiness in favor of innovative combinations like scallops with tamarind and roasted-red-pepper puree, seared monkfish with wild l'ail d'ours (French garlic) pesto, or succulent spring veal accompanied by tiny roasted veggies. You will not regret a minor splurge for the four-course chef's menu, where the chef really struts his stuff.
1 rue du Cheval-Blanc
Bouguenais, Pays de la Loire 44000, France