This restaurant, located on the square near the two towered church, is geared more towards locals than tourists. Most of the staff spoke very little English and all of the other customers were locals. Despite the language gap, the staff was very attentive.
The couvert included olives, bread, and cheese, which was almost an entire meal itself. I had the steak for dinner, which was only ok. The meat had good flavor, but was filled with strips of fat.
As in prior reviews, I'd strongly recommend the peanut mousse. It sounds weird, but was very good, especially with a good glass of red wine.
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