France Travel Planner by Tom Brosnahan & Jane Fisher   Restaurants in Saint-Malo, France




Seafood, Bretonne crepes and cidre are the specialties in Saint-Malo restaurants, but you'll find sandwiches, pizzas and other light fare, and full-course dinners as well.

The largest concentration of cafés and restaurants is in Place Chateaubriand, just inside the Porte Saint-Vincent. This is a fine place to see, be seen, people-watch, and sip a drink or enjoy a full meal.

The rue d'Orleans, along the inside of the western ramparts, is also lined with restaurants that tend to be a bit less crowded.

Perhaps the most delightful place for a drink or light meal is the Place du Marché aux Légumes, at the western end of the rue de la Vieille Boucherie. The flower-filled, tree-lined square is pretty, with the ancient market building at its eastern end. The rue de la Vieille Boucherie is also lined with eateries.

For sunset, the self-service Bar de la Soleil is on the beach by the Porte Saint-Pierre, just east of the Bastion de la Hollande, the perfect place from which to gaze at the sunset.

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