What to eat? What to drink at the Lorient Festival Interceltique ? That’s a big question. There’s no shortage of places to eat.  There is a wide choice of restaurants in the city centre (or a little further away) and the Festival’s themed dining areas.

It all depends on your appetite, your budget, the time you have available, and… the space that is left in restaurants! Remember to book if you can.

Not to be missed at the Festival

You have to eat at least once at the stands of the Lorient Festival Interceltique. You can discover specialties from Brittany and other Celtic countries (Galicia, Scotland, Ireland, etc), all in the open air. Stands are spread out throughout the Festival.

©Jean-Noel LEVEQUE Festival Interceltique Lorient Restauration les grills de viande

Some addresses

Quai des Pays Celtes​

  • The pavilions of the Celtic nations with specialities from the various countries.
  • La Terrasse Bleue: fish and seafood specialities.

Breizh Stade

  • Le Village Celte des Terres: meat specialities, delicatessen.

Place des Pays Celtes​

  • The pavilions of the Celtic nations with specialities from the various countries.

The Guest Pavillon

  • Specialities from Wales

Quai de la Bretagne

  • Breton tapas, churros, crêpes, seafood

Espace Paroles et Solidaire

  • Breton tapas, churros, crêpes, seafood

Jardin des Arts et des Luthiers

  • Creperie

Restaurants? Plenty!

Whether you would rather a sandwich, lying in the Jules Ferry Gardens, crêpes and cider sitting down at a table, mussels and chips on the terrace, fast food, kig ha farz in a Breton tavern, or seafood at Larmor-Plage, no doubt you will find what you’re looking for in our long list of restaurants! Enjoy your meal! Kalon Dihgor as we say!

For other restaurants in Lorient Bretagne Sud, see our  restaurants page.

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