Warning: this establishment was tested before the reign of Covid 19… Certain information may no longer be up to date in regards to the current situation: hours, menu, prices…
Champion of environmental responsibility (local products, recycling & compost systems), François Pasteau has sold L’Épi Dupin in order to retreat to the cheeky spot next door and add an extra notch to his eco obsession: legumes and sprouts! Before taking a seat at the small bar or on one of the Tolix chairs around the black tables, choose a salad bowl with either coco de Paimpol beans, pink lentils, quinoa or buckwheat as a base, add the four toppings of your choice (a dozen options, including chioggia beets, carrots, Bellota ham, mushrooms, mimolette cheese…) and a sauce (vinaigrette, yogurt dressing…). For even more choice, there’s soup and a hot dish available (for example, curried chicken with split peas or cream of Paimpol beans). For dessert, have a peak through the self-serve fridge and grab a baba au rhum or a chocolate pudding, with brownie chunks and salted butter crumble on top. // D.C.
FEELING THIRSTY? Craft beers from Le Vexin (€4.20), Zenat fruit juices (€3.40) and free sparkling water available.
PRICE: Appetizers €6, salads and hot dishes €9.90-10, soups €4.20, desserts €1.90-6.