Why did we take so long to visit this restaurant?
I really have no idea! It’s perfectly situated on the road from Baud to Auray so ideal as a lunch or evening stopover before or after a day out. The building looked charming and beautifully restored and the grounds inviting.
Finally, prompted by a sign notifying of a change of owner, we popped in for a quick lunch on the way down to Auray. Well, we weren’t disappointed by the interior which was just as lovingly restored and immaculately presented. The service was excellent and friendly. The grilled salmon (€14.90) was cooked perfectly and Steve “indulged” in the fish and chips (€13.80). Word of warning – the fish portion size was large! And interestingly was garlic flavoured. And yes, it was all eaten with gusto!
- Menu du Jour 14€50 – weekday only – 3 courses – no wine
- Menu Formule 11€50 – weekday only – 2 course – no wine
- Childrens menu 8€50 – 2 courses and a drink
- Menu 22€50 – 3 courses with a choice of 3 options each
- À la carte
Specialising in fresh regional produce cooked over a wood fire, Au Coin du Feu was a great find and glad we can now put it in our guide. Our only regret was that it slightly too cold to make use of the beautiful outdoor terrace. Yes, we will most certainly be back!