Skip the casual crèperies in town and make your way to this excellent seafood restaurant. Located in a lovely thatched cottage nestled in the woods on the outskirts of town, you’ll be warmly received in the elegant yet homey dining room. Chef Guy Guillox, with four cookbooks under his belt, prepares local fresh catches with extreme finesse. If you’re not tempted by his exquisite specialty of lobster prepared in a “thousand ways,” then go for foie gras crème brûlée topped with crab or the Peking-style duck with butternut squash purée. The light as a feather chocolate and raspberry soufflé is the perfect way to cap off your heavenly gastronomic meal.