Plomodiern: L’Auberge des Glazicks

Plomodiern: L’Auberge des Glazicks

Young chef Olivier Bellin trained at Joël Robuchon in Paris before returning to the pretty little town of Plomodiern to take over, and ultimately transform, the family auberge where his mother had been serving local residents hearty, delicious comfort food for years. The family tradition continues, but the dining room now draws gourmets from all over Brittany and beyond with Bellin’s brilliant terre et mer dishes, including rougets (mullet) and foie gras served on black bread, and superb roasted rabbit in cockle and shrimp sauce.

7 rue de la Plage, Plomodiern, €50.

Prices are approximate, per person without wine.

Alexander Lobrano’s book Hungry for Paris is published by Random House.

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Originally published in the July/August 2011 issue of France Today

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