A discreet and formal restaurant well back from the teaming sea front, with dark & cool harbour themed interior. It's a serious restaurant where food is ' tres correcte ' but filled with ordinary French folk. After 2 delicious and free amuses bouches I had a warm scallop mousseline which was lovely and light. The fish of the day was John Dory, which was perfectly cooked but a bit bland and tasteless and I was rather underwhelmed. I think it's a very dull fish to be fair. Partner was impressed with his sardines however. Highlight of the meal was the best Creme brûlée I've ever tasted, perfumed with lavender. A special mention for the list of coffees with descriptions and strengths ... best coffee of the holiday.
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