À l’Armoricaine This page first published: Nov 17, 2004 · Updated: Jun 24, 2018 · by CooksInfo. Copyright © 2021 · This web site may contain affiliate links · This web site generates income via ads · Information on this site is copyrighted. Taking whole pages for your website is theft and will be DCMA'd. See re-use information. À l’Armoricaine means Brittany style cooked with butter, cognac, tomatoes, white wine and apple cider or Calvados. When using À l’Armoricaine to refer to lobster, it means with oil, onions, tomato and wine.