After visiting the beautiful church in Montfarville, my friend and I ate lunch at Restaurant t'cheu Suzanne. It is a warm and comfortable place with several large dining areas complete with fireplaces and authentic Normandy charm. The hosts, Marianne and Serge Debrix were especially kind and waited on our every need. Serge realized right away that I was not French and tried his English with me. I was flattered but I told him that I needed to practice my French. Before the meal I had an apéritif of Kir Normand and a small plate of feuilletés aux saucisses. The restaurant is famous for its specialty of beech wood smoked salmon garnished with capers and candied onions prepared on the premises as an entrée. It was exceptional and I would recommend it to anyone ! My friend and I had different dishes for the main course—I had the ham while my friend ate skate, a type of ray fish. We washed it all down with a nice bottle of cider and finished the meal with a crème brûlée and a tarte aux pommes for dessert. Before leaving, I bought some postcards and promised Marianne and Serge that I would mention their restaurant in my blog. If you are interested in visiting them or you are planning a large gathering for a special occasion, please visit their website to see what they have to offer. You will not be disappointed.