Fruits de mer, even to take away, but that's it. And St. Guillaume is so popular, you'll have to order in advance or to reserve. There's an outside and an inside. Once inside you will be allright. Outside you're suffering wind and rain and unstable tables and chairs.
Yet St. Guillaume has the best of views to the south of the wonderful Ria d'Etel, and fresh seafood. It even claims to great mecs to charm you into wanting to come back again and again if it wasn't for the waitresses who are full of chagrin. Food is dumped on your table, In the end you're glad to be on your way out. Looks like they're blasé. Too bad.
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