We would have, had we had a Internet connection, checked TA and given this one a miss.
The sun was out and they have a large terrace fronting onto an open market. It was busy and to be seated outside (why wouldn't you after suffering the last 6 months of miserable cold Northern Europe weather) we had to "queue" for about 10 mins. That should've been a guide, shear turnover but, everyone leaving seemed content or didn't show their displeasure or had no taste buds. We sat, was given a menu then waiting 10 mins for a water to take a drink order, which did arrive quickly. He also took our food order at the same time as delivering our Kia'. The salmon tartare and the calamari arrived after about 10 minutes, these were our starters but you could easily have eaten them as a main. My wife's salmon has been clearly pre-prepared and the lemon juice had done it job. The calamari was heavily batter coated. It's was wasn't the worst I'd eaten but by no means up there with anything really just descent. After an enforced 20 minute gap by which time I realised we should have left my wife's moule frites and my pavé rumstek arrived. As it happens, the mean was at least cooked very rare and the sauce bleu d'auvergne was nice. And they had no problems cooking the frozen frites. My wife on the other hand didn't fare as well with the moule. She ate some and they weren't disgusting but, having lived in Britanny and now in Normandy we know what the can and should be like. Anyway, we finished and paid Nd with a piche of rosé for €5.00 our bill came to €53.00. No, not huge but still, is rather have bought a sandwich somewhere else. So, arrive early to these touristy places and do your research. Avoid this one though. The were pleasant but, shouldn't they be anyway.
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