Looking for a nice place to stay with family and friends
Restaurant Le Moulin du Fossard
St Martin de Bienfaite la cressoniere
Nestled along the Risle river, 15 minutes from Lisieux in an old mill, the "Moulin " is my favorite restaurant of Normandy.
Those who booked a Foodie Tour with me had lunch there.
In Spring, we usually get the outdoor terrace just for ourselves - and the cows looking at us peacefully.
The menu is changed monthly, depending of the season, and Benoit, the chef, attracts the local "lucky few " gourmets.
Beuvron en Auge
Set in the most pittoresque village of the Pays-d'Auge, this lovely "Créperie" makes some of the best crepes I have ever eaten, and believe me I am a gourmet.
Brasserie les Mouettes Trouville
Avoid the fuss and hassle of Le Central or Les Vapeurs and come into this friendly and welcoming brasserie.
Kids welcomed. Take a table outside in the terrace in summer.
Great seafood and seafood hot pot.
By the Rouen Cathedral, a real and excellent homemade cuisine. The chief waiter with a slight Italian accent is absolutely dedicated to his job as is the Chef.
I always have lunch there while I am in Rouen.
St Philbert des Champs
An authentic Pont- l'Evèque made in the farm for more than 70 years.
Normand Cows from the Spruytte are only fed with grass and hay all year round, and Francoise, Jérome's wife even massage them at times to have a smoother milk.
Its cheese sells in the best restaurants in France and on markets around Lisieux.
Douville en Auge.
A fantastic yoghurt and cream made only from raw milk from Normand cows. A real treat !
A few century old tradition of wood barrels for aging the Calvados and Cider.
The Famous Busnel Calvados is worth the visit since it has a very well organized museum of the Calvados, and produces some very good Calvados.
To me the best apple juice and cider and Calvados of Normandy.
Yes, it is 100% organic and made only from small apples from around the place I live, but it is truly the best. Absolutely no chemistry in these products, just the best from the apple.
Small production, they don't sell outside nearby villages.
St Pierre Azif Village, on the Cider's Road.
Charming and a great view on the seashore.
Putot en Auge, on the Cider's road also.
A Lovely tiny village overlooking the farms and hilly road.
The Bavent Castle.
An impressive castle privately owned with more than five hundred years history.
Robehomme Village and the Dives to go trout fishing.
The wood from the forest nearby was used to make William the Conqueror boats.
I guess his crew also went trout fishing back then.
And so many more , the web would be to small to list them . ;o)