In a party of seven we wandered away from the expensive restaurants surrounding the Vieux Bassin inner harbour and found this one just 120 metres away. It sits between two roads with one rising thus creating entrances on two different floors.
You have to accept that French restaurants in small towns tend to keep their yearly expenditure on fixtures and fittings very low. This gives them either a charming old-world character or worn-out feel depending on your attitude. We all liked the ambience of this charming old place and were glad they concentrated on what they served rather than on how much the tables and chairs cost.
We all went with the fixed price menu. Normally this is a budget option both in terms of price and quality. However, the service was excellent, the food was superb and we all enjoyed every mouthful.
The final bill worked out at 30 Euros a head including drinks and a tip. In the opinion of everyone in the group, this was fantastic value.
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