The airport cafeteria is run by the association CLEF. The perfect place to have a bite to eat while waiting for your plane or to take advantage of the duty-free store for your last-minute purchases, this space can also be rented for private events.
Much more than a traditional French tea room, Les Délices de Joséphine offers light meals and delicious pastries prepared with quality ingredients. Foodies, you’ll be able to enjoy a sweet break between outings. If you are staying at the Nuits Saint-Pierre hotel, you can eat here whenever you want—you only have to go upstairs to get to your room! Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence in 2015 and 2016
Local products and producers are showcased in this family restaurant. The menu changes regularly to take advantage of seasonal products, but the cooking is always the same: French cuisine that will delight your taste buds.
This establishment is a typical fisherman’s family home. On the first floor, you’ll find an exhibit representing the salt works of the fisherman with his dory and fishing equipment. The second floor contains a cafeteria in the place where the family’s living quarters used to be. Lastly, the attic houses another exhibit, the sail loft, where you’ll find scale models of boats, as well as material used to make and repair sails and cordage. The perfect place to “learn the ropes” of this occupation while enjoying a nice cup of coffee! A heritage site
This restaurant, considered a legend on the archipelago, is a must during your visit: the team at Chez Janot will enliven your meal with musical, culinary and fun entertainment. Located near the point of departure of the vessel Jeune France, it’s the ideal place to wait without being bored! 2015 Territorial Award (gold medal)
This snack bar is ideal for quick unplanned breaks. Come enjoy a fast meal without having to make reservations while enjoying a setting featuring the plant and animal life of the archipelago. 2015 Territorial Award (silver medal)