This is the most French place we have ever visited outside France. A beautiful little bistro with a typically French menu featuring local meat, fish and produce. I had fish soup followed by Turbot en Cocotte. A beautiful piece of turbot, beautifully cooked with a meaty sauce and new potatoes. My wife had perfect scallops and venison wrapped in pancetta - again perfectly cooked. We had cafe gourmand which involved a coffee and three tiny desserts.
Service was a trifle hit and miss but they quickly picked up on errors. One lovely feature is that the wine list is on a tablet so it is much easier to navigate and find out about the various wines. And a Provencale rose for £19 is incredibly cheap but fabulously tasty.
The first restaurant in the town to choose.
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