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Le Pré Verger

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Le Pré Verger

In the heart of the distillery, nestling in a 17th-century Norman manor house, our crêperie restaurant and tearoom, Le Pré-verger, welcomes you from Monday to Saturday. Half-timbering, a fireplace and stone walls form the decor of the dining room, which is complemented by a terrace in the middle of the orchard.

Generous, gourmet recipes, made with local produce, are served in association with the house products: Cidre, Poiré, Pommeau de Normandie, vintage Calvados, ABC or Gins.

All our buckwheat pancakes are made with organic Normandy flour, and our ingredients are sourced from the region's best craftsmen and producers.

Address :

Le Pré Verger - Calvados Christian Drouin
1895 route de Trouville
14130 Pont l'Eveque

Opening hours :

The restaurant is open Monday to Saturday from 12pm to 2.30pm.
The tearoom is open Monday to Saturday from 2.30pm to 5.30pm.

Para reservar tu mesa/ (0033) 06 85 66 67 00

Special requests for groups :

"Le pré Verger" combines a pasture meadow and a high-stemmed cider orchard in the same field.

A true historical symbol of the Normandy region, the orchard meadow forms a rich and diverse ecosystem of wild flowers, hedges and aromatic plants. It is home to many insects, encourages pollination and provides a natural habitat for many small animals.

The Pré-verger is also one of the mainstays of Norman cuisine. Combining the rearing of cattle, from which milk is produced, with the cultivation of cider apples, the pré-verger is in itself the place where the basic ingredients of our gastronomy are produced. From the meadow orchard come butter, cream, cheeses, apples, cider, Pommeau de Normandie and, of course, calvados, all of which the Normans have learned to combine harmoniously on their plates over the centuries.

A symbol of tradition and respect for nature, the Pré-verger is a treasure to be preserved and celebrated, perpetuating the heritage of past generations for the enjoyment of future generations.

Buckwheat pancakes

Buckwheat, also known as buckwheat, originated in China and was introduced to Europe by the Crusaders in the Middle Ages. Less sensitive to the vagaries of the weather than wheat, this hardy grain quickly adapted to the climatic conditions and soils of Normandy, where it found fertile ground in which to thrive.

From then on, buckwheat became a central component of the Norman diet, where it was eaten in the form of bread (faminots), soup and, of course, galettes (buckwheat pancakes).