The Jardin de la Gaichel has taken on a new lease of life. While only token changes have been made to the decor, when it comes to the service, why change a good thing? The jackets have been replaced by beautiful waistcoats that match the surroundings and, as promised, the cuisine has been simplified. The prices of the hearty regional dishes are lighter than before with occasional references to the cuisine of Pierrick Guillou, as is the case for the perfectly cooked and mouth-watering salmon cotriade. We feasted on a barbecued Iberian pork, served with paillasson potatoes with its fairground vibe. A happy childhood memory but so wonderfully jubilant.