This former blacksmith’s shop has always been a family business. Olivier Bellin’s great-grandmother began to serve soup here, then his grandmother and finally his mother ran this inn that was much sought-after for banquets and labourers’ meals. Situated at the foot of the Menez-Hom hill, the restaurant offers a typical view of the tip of Brittany: a stretch of countryside that plunges into the sea…
In this bright, large environment where a contemporary style mingles with Art Deco and Breton History, you are bound to enjoy a moment of pleasure, basking in tranquillity with a stunning view over the bay of Douarnenez. Here you can enjoy the Chef’s authentic cuisine, in which respect for products, creativity and history come together, unveiling this very personal universe.
The Auberge des Glazicks in Plomodiern in Finistère has been metamorphosed. Its chef Olivier Bellin had his role to play. The family-run inn where his grandmother worked, and his mother when it was a simple, working man’s restaurant, has today emerged as the region’s top gourmet restaurant, serving cuisine instilled with the region’s history, attracting, as if by magic, native Bretons and Parisian tourists alike. Not far from the Auberge des Glazicks, in the hamlet of Lescobet, the legend lives on of the fountain in the hermitage of Saint Corentin, with its extraordinary fish which, after having been eaten, was regenerated the following day. Upon leaving the inn, guests have a single desire: to see the dishes served to them magically regenerated.
Open on Sunday evenings during the school holidays.