The seafood is superb, but almost secondary at this convivial but busy eatery dramatically perched on a small cliff on the blustery Côte Sauvage; bookings are essential for the top tables, squeezed onto a sunny terrace hovering above the rocky coastline. The menu is plain and unpretentious – think fish soup, salads, mussels, smoked fish and oysters (€8.50 for a half dozen).
There's a very, very simple kids' menu. From central Quiberon, follow the signs north to 'Côte Sauvage' for about 2km; if driving down from the north, just keep on the coastal D186A and you'll happen upon it. Walk your meal off wandering down onto to the rocks or walking about the stunning surrounding scenery.