We love discovering flea markets and little surprises in unexpected places. Brittany is full of them. A pot bellied pig hanging out at the market... A mass of stripes at every turn and world renowned oysters sold at low prices with big smiles. Here is a flea market and a farmer's market on the shores of Brittany in Erquy.
|Oysters, Oysters, Oysters... ahhhh! Eyes for Oysters in Brittany. Such goodness!|
|Loved the delicious homemade apple cider from these friendly young gentlemen|
|Cannot visit France without purchasing an Opinel knife. Seriously.|
|Love the stripes on everyone... these dudes are stoked|
Our friend took us on a little day trip to various views and villages... this one was one of the most charming. Dinan.
|The very charming and picturesque village of Dinan. We recommend stopping for lunch and a walk around here.|
|Gainsbourg forever at this bar in Dinan|
|A mysterious traditional Breton cake called Tourteau fromage à l'ancienne ( Tourteaux Jahan is a respected producer of these magical cheese cakes). Neither sweet nor savory but curiously delicious with a hint of char.|
|A mysterious and abandoned house that we couldnt resist exploring after driving past it many times. I dream of doing a photo shoot here.|
|La Ribote , a sweet little restaurant that serves fresh and tasty local cuisine in a casual setting. Just the way we like it.|
|Kig Ha Farz, a traditional Breton dish with a buckwheat dumpling and bits of steamed meat. A sort of Brittany style Pot au Feu|
|can't get enough Oysters!|
|Lait Ribot, buttermilk, is often had with lunch and dinner in Brittany|
|Café Gourmand... a french way of eating a bunch of dessert in tiny bite sized portions|
|Fresh housemade fromage blanc with honey. One of my favorite traditional french desserts|