Had lunch with the extended family here (6 adults) on a windy September day.
The location is perfect, with a view beautiful view of the bay and the boats sailing in and out of the harbour.
The food was lovely, if a little boring, and the chorizo bread-rolls were amazing. The wine list was interesting, with some very good finds to descent prices.
However, there were some basics I missed from a Resturant of this standard. Aged wine was not decanted, resulting in a lot of sediments being pored into our glasses as the wine was pored way too fast. When ordering the second bottle, we had to request that the wine was decanted, and even then, all the bottle was pored into the decanter, which the waiter then again pored into our glasses, with sediments.
When the wonderful bread-rolls were served, I would also have expected them to be served "baker warm", but they were served cold, making us assume they were made out of house.
In additions the restrooms were very "standard", but I give a plus for individual towels for wiping ones hands.
All in all, a nice Resturant, slightly stuffy atmosphere, good food, but I'm not sure it was worth the price compared to other excellent choices available in Sainte-Maxime
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