In every corner of the region there are chefs, stories, and a variety of different cuisines. Everywhere, the delight of pleasant restaurants, the taste of local produce, a choice of excellent cuisine and service, and a love of cooking. On the Opal Coast at Boulogne-sur-Mer, La Matelote – the name of a seaman's wife from Boulogne - offers seafood in all its forms. The building dates from the 1930s, as does the Palace Le Westminster at Touquet-Paris-Plage where the Pavillon Restaurant flies the flag for good food in the Nord-Pas de Calais thanks to William Elliot, its chef. Further south La Grenouillère at La Madeleine-sous-Montreuil and Le Château de Montreuil offer, in the first case, a traditional location turned avant-garde, and in the second, the luxurious setting of an English manor house.