We had dinner here and were not disappointed. The staff were super friendly and very helpful with the menu. The restaurant is small and charming. We had escargots, monk fish, and linguini with mussels and shrimp. It was all fantastic.
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A great location off the main tourist area. We had the lunch menu, which was a lot of food at a great value. The waitress was nice and helpful, especially to two American tourists. My fish dish was wonderful. We will definitely eat here again.
Popular restaurant and deservedly so, with a choice of both fixed price plat du jours as well as pasta and the ubiquitious pizza dishes, as well as more traditional fare
Nice waitress, carried a table out to make room for us. We ordered a pizza to split but she insisted on a salad in addition that had way too much salad dressing. The white wine was watered down to give a good pour, the cotes...More
Popular with Brits, this restaurant serves up very decent traditional cuisine plus pizzas. In fact, it's stuck in a bit of a 1970s time warp with duck a l'orange, prawn provencale etc. We ate in as it was slightly chilly at 8pm - interior decor...More
Family owned and super friendly this is a place to go for a great meal. You will get more than anyone should ever eat and yet somehow the food vanishes.