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Top 10 restaurants on Oleron Island

Take advantage of your stay in camping on the Ile d’Oléron to taste the local gastronomy in one of the 10 best restaurants in the area!

The Grain of Sand

Rue du l’Océan, in Saint-Georges-d’Oléron, le Grain de Sable enhances the value of Oleron’s products through a local and seasonal cuisine. Inspired dishes such as prawns and scallops with chorizo espuma await you on the hotel-restaurant’s à la carte menu. Formulas at 26 and 33 euros.

Asian flavors

Route de Saint-Georges in Saint-Pierre d’Oléron, Saveurs d’Asie is an ideal address for a desire for exotic flavors. Thai cuisine is prepared there on demand, with fresh high quality products. Soups, noodle stir-fries, wok stir-fries, coconut milk curry, at an average price of 8 euros per dish.

Face à la Mer

In Saint-Denis d’Oléron, the restaurant facing the sea is located on the privileged site of the Chassiron lighthouse. Here you can enjoy land and sea salads, fishermen’s plates, meat dishes and homemade fish soups, between 10 and 25 euros, on a magnificent terrace in the heart of nature.

Chez les Petites

Rue pierre-Métayer in Saint-Denis d’Oléron, Chez les Petites is a popular address for its terrace overlooking the port and for the quality of its cuisine. The homemade is de rigueur from the starter to the dessert. Seafood is of course the main course, with plates of Marennes Oléron oysters, mussels or grilled sardines. Menu de la Mer at less than 20 euros.

Home Seb

Avenue de la Durandière, on the port of Douhet in Saint-Georges-d’Oléron, the restaurant Chez Seb welcomes you in a very warm decor to taste homemade burgers and comforting dishes such as roasted camembert or cuttlefish stew. Dishes between 17 and 20 euros, children’s menu at 12.50 euros.

The Brasero

On the port of Le Douhet in Saint-Georges-d’Oléron, the seasonal restaurant of Le Brasero proposes grilled meat with vine stocks to be tasted on its beautiful shaded terrace. À la carte, brasérades of beef, marinated pork or duck accompanied by potatoes for 17 to 20 euros per person, but also salads and tapas.

The Wheel Turns

Located in front of the fish ponds of the Saurine, on the road to Boyard-ville, in the heart of the Saint-Georges d’Oléron marshes, the Roue Tourne offers original and typical menus of the island. In the middle of the lakes, in a rustic setting, you can taste for example mussels, oysters, stuffed, langoustines flambéed with cognac and seafood platters. Average price per dish between 13 and 18 euros.

From the island to the Papillae island

Place Camille-Mémain in Saint-Pierre-d’Oléron, on Île aux Papilles is an address renowned for its 100% homemade seasonal cuisine, which showcases organic and local products. The menu is deliberately short, but changes according to the seasons and arrivals. You will be able to taste inspired dishes around three proposals, meat, fish or vegetarian, between 14 and 21 euros.

Le Cap’s

Avenue des Pins in Saint-Pierre d’Oléron, the Cap’s is a friendly brasserie in the port of La Cotinière, with a deliciously vintage interior decoration. A la carte, quality homemade pizzas, burgers, fried mussels and roast chickens to eat in or take away. Dishes between 10 and 15 euros.

La Crêperie

Rue du Port in Saint-Denis-d’Oléron, the Crêperie will delight you with its pancakes filled with fresh and local products. The welcome is warm and the menu is tempting, from the aperitif (with its famous cider Spritz) to ice creams and flambéed pancakes and the original pizza style pancakes. The price is very reasonable, with meal formulas around 11 euros.