The Vendée has plenty of options for you to treat your taste buds! Enjoy a culinary break in one of the many Vendée restaurants, they will be delighted to have you!

Come and try culinary specialities of the Vendée! Famous for its 'mogettes' (white haricot beans), 'préfou' (a type of garlic bread), 'trouspinette' (sweet liqueur), 'tourtisseaux' (doughnut) and 'gâche' (a type of brioche), the Vendée has a rich and varied traditional culinary heritage. 

Treat yourself to the tasty creations made by our Vendée chefs! 

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A cosy gourmet table in a flattering setting, combining seaside spirit and elegance. Unobstructed view on the Noirmoutier castle and church or under the imposing framework on the swimming pool side. Fleur de Sel features a large terrace in the calm of its Mediterranean garden. Ideal as a couple, with family, enjoying the comfort of our lounges for children, or with friends, large tables available. Away from the old harbour, 600 m behind the church, large private car park. Specialities : Fine inventive house-made cuisine with Southern tones combining the fine produce of the Atlantic and of our terroirs. From mid-June, the must-eat mussels browned with garlic cream, the house’s speciality since 1982. Budget : Lunch set menu from €23,50 (except Sundays and public holidays). “As the seasons go by” menu: €31, “Flavours” menu: €41, “Awakening of the senses” menu: €46. 2 children’s menus: “Ship’s Mate” at €12,50 and “Young Gourmet” at €22,50. “FdS” à la carte menu (starter + main course + dessert) from €33 to €79. Open April 4 to November 1 Spring: open all evenings (except Mondays) and lunchtimes on weekends. July and August: open all evenings and all lunchtimes (except Mondays, with the exception of Monday, July 13). Autumn: open 5 evenings a week (except Mondays) and at lunchtime on Sundays.

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