The back of this friendly restaurant overlooks the harbor, so book ahead if you want one of the two tables with waterside views. Chef and owner Anne Marie Carneiro changes her menu regularly but will usually include such regional classics as veal chops à la normande, monkfish in cider, skate in mustard sauce, or teurgoule, a rich Norman rice pudding. Anne Marie dishes out the food herself, so don’t be too impatient if the service is a little slow. She also runs an adorable bed-and-breakfast, Logis St-Léonard, on the south side of town. There are only two rooms (125€ and 155€), but there is also a two-bedroom house to rent for 750€ for weekends or 1,500€ for a week.