Summary: Harmonious plates, local focus.
At La Vieille Tour, indulge in harmoniously crafted dishes that celebrate local fishermen, gardeners, and farmers with a short, focused menu. The setting is elegant and comfortable, steering clear of culinary gimmicks. Enjoy the balanced flavors of Brittany lobster ravioli, veal sweetbreads, and seasonal vegetables, complemented by an impressive wine cellar and efficient, friendly service. The restaurant's contemporary interior, accented with glass and wenge wood, pairs perfectly with the delicate seafood offerings. La Vieille Tour stands out not only for its culinary excellence but also for its accessibility to a broad audience, maintaining a connection to its bistro roots that once attracted sailors. With chef Nicolas Adam at the helm, guests can expect a satisfying experience, free from fleeting food fads. The restaurant also takes pride in its bakery and the annual Rock’n Toques festival, which combines music with gourmet street food, showcasing the chef's commitment to both taste and community.