We stopped for lunch and had the special of the day, a lovely fresh squid dish with a glass of wine. One of the best meals we have had for lunch in three weeks of touring France and very reasonably priced.
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Ordered some skewers with monkfish and prawns and my wife had breaded hake. The food was three main elements were all overcooked to the point of being really bitter. The hake was a highly unusual consistency and tasted horribly metallic (our local fish and chip...More
We booked a table for 4. Under our request, the lady owner gently and thoroughly explained the difference between a fish soup and a bouillabaisse. For entrée, I ordered a fish soup and it was the best soup I have ever happened to eat in...More
Tagliatelle with gambas was really nice, and also their grilled gambas on a stick. The chef didn't seem to be too keen on meat, it was quite tasteless actually. It seemed to be a popular restaurant though, it was crowded both the times we were...More
A some what funny joke. The owners actually think that this restaurant and the idea of mixing foie gras and sea bass is a good idea. Service is reserved for locals other guest get to serve their own wine.
Great location and great ambience with sitting right on the sea shore. The menu is almost exclusively fish, with few meat items and only one vegetarian dish - a salat. Food itself - fish and a salat - was not bad. Service was extremely slow...More
Appears to cater very much for locals, very good service. If you spend at the top end very good, accompaniments very much like good uk middle of the road independants