This place is divided into two parts. A brasserie and a more formal restaurant. I eat in the later. Opting for the set meal at just shy of 25 euros for two courses I expected a great deal. The place was packed with French families and work colleagues so I thought I was on the right track. The starter of langoustine was really really good but the main course of turbot was nothing short of awful. I think I go the very last bit of the fish and the bones weighed more than the meat. It was more like an emancipated skate wing.
I don't think I would bother to go again but it might just be worth a second chance.