We had a decent dinner starting with the Quiche Lorraine which was tasty but slightly odd as it had Roquefort in it. The pork filet mignon was good but slightly over seasoned. Beware though if you order the crab as it is not dressed and unless you know how to dismantle a crab you may feel a big disgruntled. It is also quite expensive (at 20 euro) for what is basically just a boiled crab with a few lettuce leaves. On the plus side, the Loire Sauvignon was good and good value, the owner was very friendly, and we were offered a complimentary dessert.
One thing to note is that the location shown on Trip Advisor is wrong, although the address is correct.
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