We were just stopping through and randomly picked the place. There were five of us. It was a nice surprise. The food and service turned out to be much better than the usual strip restaurants on the promenades in many of these Cote d'Azur cities. Three of us had "Nonna's Lasagna" made with a bechamel sauce and three cheeses, small cube. My husband had grilled dorade (a type of sea bass or sea bream) that was delicious with no bones and our cousin's husband had a steak which he gobbled down, with sauteed potatoes. Four of us had the cafe gourmand for dessert with small tastes of panna cotta, chocolate mousse and tiramisu, the latter of which had a strange flavor, but the rest were good. The chef came out to speak to us and it was a nice touch that tells me this is a regular restaurant and not just a tourist stop. The only disappointment was the "rose' wine and pomplemousse" (grapefruit), a traditional drink in France, but which was mostly juice.
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