Tag Archives: Bayeux

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Our Guide to Normandy

Activities for Food Lovers Musée de Camembert (in Vimoutiers) Delicious Normandy Food Tours (in Bayeux) Restaurants Le Vauban (in Port-en-Bessin-Huppain) Auberge le Clos Saint Julien (in Saint-Julien-sur-Calonne) Manoir de la Drôme (in Balleroy) Restaurant La Sapinière (in Saint-Laurent-sur-Mer) La Rotonde (in Port-en-Bessin-Huppain) Cheese & Dairy La Fromagerie Graindorge (in Livarot) Coopérative Isigny Sainte-Mère (in

La Fromagerie de Bayeux

Peggy and Jérémy Thomas are no strangers to the cheese business. Jérémy, an artisan fromager, spent several years learning the ins and outs of the business at his uncle’s cheese shop in Paris (the now closed Fromagerie Pascal Trotté) as well as at Rungis. His wife,

Saturday Market in Bayeux

Every Saturday morning, rain or shine, la Place Saint Patrice, which serves as a parking lot during the rest of the week, transforms into a bustling weekly market. The entire perimeter of the square is taken up by food –  local cheese producers and large

Le Volet Qui Penche

In the historic center of Bayeux, wine connoisseur and caviste, Pierre-Henri Lemessier, has transformed a little house overlooking the river Aure into a wine bar and bistro offering simple, delicious food to accompany his well stocked selection of French wine. At lunchtime a generous plat

Cave Cidricole Lecornu

Just up the street from the Bayeux cathedral is the home and “urban farm” of Christèle and François Lecornu, 3rd generation cider and Calvados producers. The couple have over 3,000 certified organic apple trees on 9 hectares just outside of Bayeux, but their old stone