Wish we could join you. Be sure to call in the oyster bar on the front, north end of the run of cafes & bars. The oysters are straight from the farm & half the price of the restaurants
Have a bottle of the local cider, rather than wine to wash 'em down.
We were in St Vaast earlier this month, & the poor state of the economy is starting to show, quite a few of the bars & cafes were boarded up. I've heard good reports about the restaurant "Fuschia" on the mainstreet behind the front, not been meself, but our French friends rate it. Gosselins food shop is worth a look on the same street, sort of a French Harrods food hall in miniature. Tatihou is stunning & you can walk across at low water, it's a bit like Lindisfarne. If you get chance, have a run down to Arromanche & see the Mulberry harbour, try & hit it at high water as it dries. Port-en-Bessin is worth a look around & there is a pontoon in the outer harbour now, so you don't have to go through the lock. Apparently there is good Bass fishing close inshore around the Illes Saint-Marcouf, not tried it, but we will next year.
Have a great time