A table for 11 on a Saturday night no problem. A table set in the front of the restaurant and a welcoming Bonjour.
A comprehensive menu at 22€ for three courses.
I went for a beer and Moules avec frites. Everyone was very happy with their wine and food. I enjoyed my Moules and beer
Why not hugely enthusiastic, if it was the Fire Station Cafe I would have probably given it more stars.
To my simple non-Francophile mind a restaurant doesn't have bright fluorescent lighting and the atmosphere of Aunt Sallies Tea Room in Southport. I'm probably wrong.
The three course meal looked adequate but not inspiring, very few vegetables, with an ice cream pudding. - more cafe than cuisine.
All the other reviewers like it so what so I know. I would prefer a French restaurant in England or one in a large town or city en France.
Go there with your sunglasses and you'll probably love it.
PS I am most definitely not a Francophile so this could be a biased review.
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