This was one of two places recommended by the riad to eat for dinner and after walking around the town we could see why. Most of the eateries are clearly aimed for the locals for drinking tea or fast greasy eats which serves their purpose but on holiday with a loved one it is nice to have a sit down meal and this cosy restaurant fits the bill.
The menu is both in french and english with the option of the same a la carte menu as a set course menu if you are really hungry. Considering it was a saturday night, perhaps it was because we were late, the restaurant wasn't busy and the service was prompt. No alcohol was available. From memory, there were only a few other westerners, mostly French tourist clientelle apart from us so this is a well established restaurant.
Five stars for a place which really doesnt have much in the way of competition.
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