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Arsène Menu – €35 Menu drawn up according to market produce and the chef’s inspiration, only served at dinnertime.

Gourmet Menu – €55 Choose one of the 3 following formulas, from the « Tasting Menu » below : 1 starter, the 2 main courses, cheese, desert of your choice in La Carte 2 starters, 1 main course, cheese, desert of your choice in La Carte The 3 starters, cheese, desert of your choice in La Carte Tasting Menu – €75 Menu with Dishs & Wines Accord « 3 Wines » : 105 € Menu with Dishs & Wines Accord « 5 Wines » : 120 € Appetiser *** Scallop from Fecamp, quince, cocoa The egg like a "soft-boiled egg", leek, smoked eel Ravioli of coq au vin, pistachio and crosnes *** The Trou Normand, in our way *** Sea bass loin and cauliflower with oriental notes 72 hours-cooked chuck steak, shallot, parsley *** Cheeses trolley from here and here, the Salad *** The Pré-Dessert *** The Back Pebble In case of the expressed products would not suit you or would be missing, we would propose you a solution according to our available products.

The Armorik range of whisky offers single malts and blends, made in what one distillery says are the perfect conditions of Brittany: "Our whisky has found a coastal heathland environment perfect for ageing under the best possible conditions.

The sea, wind and rain have forged its character that is second to none." Here's another Normandy specialty made with apples.

Discover delicious flavours at a table in our gourmet restaurant in Etretat, rated “3 forks in the Michelin Guide”, a leading establishment in the region.

Lunch or dine with family or friends in a cosy atmosphere with a wonderful sea view.

One of France's most successful alcoholic exports, the orange-flavoured liqueur Grand Marnier is made with a blend of Cognac and bitter oranges, coming from from Neauphle-le-Château near Versailles.

The skipper Astérix will tell you the history of these two former langoustine fishing boats.The famous Grey Goose vodka is distilled in Picardy.Although the drink was created by an American Sidney Frank, it uses the soft wheat from the Picardy area and is fermented and distilled in the area before being sent to the Cognac region for bottling.Formerly a Gallic fortress, the Cap Fagnet was a chain in the Atlantic wall during the 2nd World War thanks to its exceptional panoramic view.At close proximity, a wind farm and a chapel dedicated to sailors lost at sea are also worth a visit.We hadn't either, so decided to put one together.We present: The ultimate booze map of France, featuring most famous French tipples (no doubt we might have missed a couple) and a few you may not have heard of, let alone tried.On the menu: local cuisine, traditional dishes revisited, and a menu that changes with the seasons.According to what produce is available at the market, our chef gives free rein to his inspiration, to transform the ingredients into sublime dishes and awaken your taste buds, with special emphasis on seafood.Enjoy an unforgettable experience in the shoes of a sailor on one of these superbly restored old fishing boats.Hoist up the sails for a 2 hour trip, the wind will take you in the direction of St Pierre en Port or Yport.