Me and my girlfriend tried this place and had a really nice meal. Great seafood - the fish soup was pretty amazing!
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The most difficult part of a holiday is finding a good, reasonably priced place to eat in the evenings. After much research before our holiday we decided to try this restaurant which was suggested in a newspaper article about Sete. It was the worst experience...More
We came here many years ago when there where only a few tables outside the place was quiet.This time we were lucky to get a lunchtime table at 12.30,the place was quickly turning people away.Unfortunately,lots of our initial choices were unavailable but the plat du...More
Not on the main strip which looks very touristy, tacky and is on the main road, this little place is charming at night. Sit outside either next to the restaurant or the water and order anything that the waitress recommends. we had the cuttlefish, seafood...More
We came across this place by chance. The service was very friendly, oysters fresh, fish cooked plain and simply - what more could you want. The waitress even took our photograph for us.
Yes the waiter is abrupt and yes he does serve locals before tourists but the restaurant is authentic and popular. Not everything on the menu is available but hopefully that is because they are not in season. Be prepared to wait for your order to...More
We were recommended to go to this restaurant in the lovely small coastal city of Setes. However,we were extremely disappointed.The service was cold, unfriendly and in the end plain rude. The fish and seafood we had ordered were definitely not fresh and when we complained...More
Really looked forward to the above but overall a little disappointed. Bream, oysters and mussels were super fresh so very good. Octopus ragu excellent! Agree with the previous review about difficulty getting a table and the grumpy attitude of the waiter. Place very rustic (read...More
Heard about this place from the guy we rented an apartment from in Montpellier. It is famous for its oysters and every table in the place had people eating them. The hardest part was getting a table. The grumpy guy at the front kept shooing...More
We stayed for 5 days in Sete in early April – it was a fairly quite time of year with not all restaurants open – Once we had got our bearings it appeared that the main road for Restaurants is Quai General Durand – it...More