Ever been to La pointe du raz? At Cap Sizun in Brittany, almost at France’s tip, is where you’ll find a Raisin restaurant we love: Les Bouchons!
Masterfully curated by Yves and his wife, Les Bouchons offers quality cuisine accompanied by a 100% natural wine cellar made up of over 230 references. On the menu: 4 starters and 3 entrées, made with mainly organic products and sourced from local artisans. The cheeses are aged by Sten Marc, the organic vegetables come from neighbors Thierry & Stéphanie, and the breads from Romain. The terrines, parsley hams, foie-gras, and honey are all homemade from the Port de Port Poulhan. On the wine side: Romuald Valot, Fanfan Ganevat, Nicolas Carmarans, Marie and Vincent Tricot, Marie & Florian Curtet, Fred Cossard, Loïc Roure, JF Nicq Les Foulards Rouges, Alice and Olivier de Moor to name a few! Yves is a trained sommelier with a cooking diploma, who has worked in kitchens and dining rooms from Paris to Brussels, and even spent 12 years in Corsica. So how did he end up in this part of Brittany? “With my passion for fishing and Cap Sizun, we fell in love with this 17th century building by the port that we restored and made into our restaurant.” Now you know where the westernmost restaurant in France is located!