Culinary indulgence in Le Havre

The port city of Le Havre is better known for architecture than food, but the city has a wealth of culinary offerings that fly under the radar…

Sweet treats from Normandy

Here’s our selection of must-try sweet treats from Normandy that showcase some of the region’s finest fare – butter, apples and caramel – bon appétit!

Eggcellent omelette

A thousand years of history, faith, and talent have shaped the Mont-Saint-Michel, the ‘Wonder of the West’. Legend has it that in 708, the Archangel Saint-Michel appeared before Bishop Aubert and commanded that a sanctuary be built on Mount Tombe, an island in the middle of the bay that saw some of the highest tides…

Our fondest foodie memories

While we wait for restaurants to reopen, the team here at Normandy Tourism has taken a (short) trip down memory lane to share with you some of our favourite memories of eating out around the region… Ben Collier, Marketing Manager (English-speaking markets): Some of the fondest memories I have of eating out in Normandy are…

The Shepherdess of the Cotentin

Today, Stéphanie’s life as a shepherdess in Normandy is a far cry from her former life as a graphic designer in Paris!

A Norman rehash of bangers and mash

Earlier this week, the UK celebrated National Sausage Day. In keeping with this, we’d like to share with you a warming winter recipe from Normandy to try out tonight and keep the lockdown blues at bay!

Foodie Caen

When it comes to food, fun and festivities, Caen in Normandy ticks every box. Situated in the Calvados département, famous for its epomymous apple brandy, cider and cheeses (Livarot and Pont-l’Evêque), Caen is a lively university town boasting fantastic restaurants, bars, medieval landmarks and much more.

Five favourite foodie memories

In these strange times of face-masks, social distancing and the rule of six, I find my mind reverts all too often back to one particular subject: food. What should I have for lunch? Dinner? Breakfast tomorrow? Is it acceptable to make another cup of coffee yet? Can I dip into that apple tart? Oh, there…

Dieppe by day

Travel writer Barnaby Eales enjoys a socially-distanced gourmet day in Dieppe… I am seated by a window in Dieppe’s Le Bistro du Pollet, one of the best fish restaurants in this refreshingly spacious Normandy seaside resort. Strolling over to the restaurant for lunch, I was struck by the fresh sea breeze and the broad streets…