Crêperie Bretonne Annaick
Tucked away down a little side street by the cathedral you’ll find this café, unique not only for its high-quality, traditional Breton galettes (a lacey-edged version of crêpes made using buckwheat flour) but for its fascinating décor, too. There’s a shady outdoor terrace, but you should pop inside to marvel at the interior with its wooden beams, quirky décor and even a red bus. Sit and puzzle over how they managed to get it inside while you enjoy your galettes stuffed with one of many delicious sweet or savory toppings. As a bonus, the owners are lovely and prices are reasonable.