We happened to walk past this little restaurant on our way back from the train station and decided to eat there the following night. The chairs and tables are more reminiscent of a coffee house than a restaurant, we found that it was not so easy or comfortable to eat from a low table when sitting in a full size chair. Other tables have sofas but they also looked to be too low and soft for sitting at a table.
The menu is simple and seasonal, depending on what is bought at the market. Three courses for €15, same price for lunch or dinner, seemed like a good deal for us. And, by and large, it was. We particularly enjoyed a starter of semoule crudités: nutty, crunchy, lovely. Main courses of lamb and chicken were also tasty though we felt the portion size was too small and an extra vegetable in addition to a few potatoes would have been nice. Desert is a simple choice of cheese or tarte. We'd ordered a half litre of wine without asking to see a wine list (it's probable that one does not exist) and felt a little stung when the bill came since the wine was €17, well above the average local price for house wine.
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