I have been here once before a long time ago but I didn't think much of the food served on that occasion. It was, therefore, a pleasant surprise this time when three friends enjoyed a decent Sunday lunch here served for a moderate price. Two of us had fried mackerel and salad as a starter, the other had a half lobster (served for a supplement to the fixed price); the main courses we sampled were roast beef (served rare as we had requested) and roasted cod. The vegetable selection was generous and not overcooked as can sometimes be the case. The desserts (a vanilla sable served with rhubarb and cream, and two crepe dishes with ice cream) were all satisfactory. We had a very fairly priced pinot noir reserva from Chile. Service was pleasant and competent. The restaurant was fairly packed with a lot of families: I am pleased to say that the children were well-behaved! The restaurant was pleasant with the tables well-spaced, although we were given a table situated near an alcove and I had staff moving behind me throughout the meal. All in all, a satisfactory experience.
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