Tea room, restaurant and delicatessen all rolled into one, Les
Enfants Gat’thés occupies a magnificent building from the 16th and
19th centuries that simply oozes history. This
throwback to the schoolrooms of yesteryear offers a warm atmosphere,
with its schist stones, limestone walls, beams and comfortable
furniture. Everything has been designed for your utmost enjoyment.
Cold drinks: A selection of cold drinks and ice creams completes the menu, including organic and artisanal lemonade, organic fruit juices and cordials, Terre de Glaces artisanal ice cream, and Organic Spirit natural cocktails.
Quality delicatessen products for sale include Canasuc sugars, A l'Olivier oils, "Oh!" bottled preserves of forgotten vegetables, Breton biscuits made by Vénètes, Coteaux Nantais organic vegetable and fruit juices, specialities from La Nougaterie des Fumades, Lancelot craft beers, a selection of wines (mostly organic) and fine china, not forgetting a range of Olivier Langlois and Esprit Zen cast iron, terracotta and glass teapots.
Tea aficionados Caroline and Françoise are on hand to welcome you and help you find what you are looking for.
A wide selection of gift boxes and baskets is available. Alternatively, why not have one filled with the products of your choice?
Caroline’s inventive cuisine embraces fresh, seasonal produce. Her ever-evolving recipes blend tradition with new flavours and incorporate local produce. Her exotically flavoured dishes often feature long-forgotten vegetables and even seaweed.
Marinated tomato verrine, pesto, ricotta
breadsticks and organic Spanish ham.
The wine list features 80 wines from organic and biodynamic wine growers, and organic viticultures.
The terraces (garden side and road side)