Ate alone (first night in Biarritz). Bit of an argument with the waitress to start - wanted to eat on street but tables cleared away at 11pm (it was 10.30pm) so I asked if I could have a glass of wine outside at a table for the half hour left then come in when my food was ready - she allowed it but not without ensuring I knew how inconvenient it was. In fairness, this waitress was rushed off her feet but the service given - whether as a result of my earlier insistence or cos that's the was it is - was like I was an annoying afterthought. Thankfully another waitress took over my table about half way through and she was absolutely excellent.
The food (Italian) was superb. The tastiest bruschetta I've had outside of Italy, an immensely satisfying sausage pasta thingy (with an elaborate name) and a finishing flourish with a cheeseboard and perfectly ripe gorgonzola. An after dinner drink was offered on the house (although I'd had a bottle of wine by then so i didn't take it) and the final bill was immensely good value. Thoroughly recommend, just avoid the younger waitress.
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