This restaurant is in the center of the magnificent fortress designed by Vauban, who is responsible for creating a number of seaside fortresses throughout Brittany in the 1700’s. The food is unforgettable and served with impeccable style and panache. An amuse bouche of cold asparagus soup with tiny shellfish was distinctive and delicious. Lamb (so fresh and tasty I suspect the beast walked into the kitchen about an hour before roasting) was amazing. A dish combining lobster and sweetbreads could not have been more perfectly prepared. One of the most memorable meals in our extensive touring experience and served within arguably the most distinctive setting since our meal in a “The Keeper’s House”, a lighthouse keeper’s dwelling also on an island off the coast of Maine.