Remember the trip to St. Malo? Pirate country? There was actually a proper lunch in there somewhere. We ate at Le Lion D'Or (The Golden Lion)- a tourist trap if there ever was one, but this time, not a bad trap to be in. They were doing a 18 euro lunch menu. I had the six oysters, and the roast chicken. It came with chips and salad each in their own little glass cups, another cup of light chicken gravy, and the half chicken was nicely presented on a cast-iron Staub tray. My German friend had the gratin de morue. I admit that I have never tried mashed cod bake, but she said it was very light and tasty. Of course we had cider, as well.