Very friendly and helpful service. Very hard to fault at the price and far better than the saturday evening meal we had just down the coast at Escalles and a menu a Euro a head cheaper. A couple of excellent amuse to start with whilst we had a picon bierre as aperitif. Four of us had three different starters and three different mains and all agreed we would have happily eaten each others choices. Being right opposite the local fish market you can guess their forte but actually I had the Guinea fowl. It was a large very light pastry envelope containing dismembered guinea fowl. Succulent and very easy to eat on a bed of savoy cabbage and a medium coloured but well flavoured sauce. and An unexpected palate cleanser of a mild violet flavoured unusually creamy sorbet before some first class desserts. At 28 Euros a head this was one of the best value menus I have had in France for a while. And to repeat myself, really nice but professional people.
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