B&B Nantes Saint-Sebastien
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A grand day out in Nantes was planned, initially because we had located a shop that sold Cognac aux Amandes (Almond Cognac), which had proved a great hit with friends who had recently visited us in Malestroit. This warming Cognac, with a hint of almond flavour, can be found in a few restaurants in Malestroit and is served after dinner as digestive.
We had scoured the shops and supermarkets but had never seen it sold ...
... the 1144 was full and standing on arrival at Questembert and remained that way through to Nantes. So, it seems as though the trains are well used and if there were a few more of them could be even better patronised overall but a casual glimpse at the timetable shows all sorts of gaps in services that must make planning your day fairly hard going whether you are trying to commute to or from work or fancy a leisure trip elsewhere.
... in the area Le Manoir de La Boulaie, a 2 star establishment set in a lovely park like property with a large pond full of stately swans. The menu is simply incredible boasting small dishes imaginatively served, a feast for the eye and the palate and we have never been disappointed by Chef Laurent Saudeau' s creativity. In his own words he leads the customer on a voyage of discovery and what a trip it is!!!!!!
After lunch we stopped to see the Chateau de Goulaine, just a ...
... a turn hosting and we are to be in line for next year.
We prepared a lunch for our guests and had the great good fortune to enjoy our meal outside where we chatted sipped wine, and indulged in oysters, grilled monkfish with a silky Beurre Blanc sauce courtesy of Picard, salad, a lovely Pays Basque cheese and a raspberry tart prepared by yours truly.
We left our guests with coq au vin for dinner and 3 lettuce salad- arugula, butter and lambs, ...
... hand I managed to make a lovely plum tart, with the fabulous ready made crust that you can purchase in any supermarket. I especially like the flaky puff pastry without any additives and of course lots of butter. I had to add some fresh peaches to the tarte because I did not have enough plums. Paul harvested our plums (mirabelle ) in July when our two trees were heavy with fruit and then bagged them ...