We had a scrumptious meal here recently, our third one since it opened this year. The staff are very accommodating and friendly in a polished professional manner. They are eager to please and a delight compared to most of the restaurants around the harbour where the quality of the food and service leaves a lot to be desired to say the least. The menu changes frequently and the wine list is good with some lovely half bottles. I started off with a delicate bowl of mussels in a delicious cream sauce followed by half a guinea fowl on a bed of sea vegetables which was outstanding. At Euros 17.50 for two courses its excellent value.This restaurant deserves to be in The Michelin Guide, hopefully won't be long, as it is a serious competitor to the only other restaurant in Le Crotoy in the guide. The patrons deserve to do well and I shall certainly be returning very shortly, I can't wait until my next visit but must remember to book early!!
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