Industrial food, fast-food feeling. I gave them two stars because it is really nice to eat alfresco on Place du Parlement. Avoid of possible.
During a lunchtime downpour, the staff were very helpful, moving our party of nine to adjoining tables and to avoid the constant dripping rain, as they tried tirelessly to keep the diners clear of the water and comfortable. Food was good - Skate, Basque Chicken and Steak and served quickly and efficiently.
This wasn’t a good experience. The Place du Parlement is attractive, and we’ve eaten at various bistros here many times in the past. It was a cool evening and we chose to eat inside; this was a mistake as we were then ignored by all the waiting staff. Eventually, a waiter took our order and we waited, and waited... We... More
I went there in the summer of 2012 with friends and family and I had the worst experience I ever had in a restaurant. We were 6 people and had to wait 30 min to be seated, just because the waiters didn't want to relocate people eating alone or couples. Even if there were enough free places. I ordered a... More
Had poor service a dreadful orange presse at €4.50, and were shunted to the back of the terrace, this despite no great number of clients.
We visited one Tuesday afternoon, for an evening meal. The menu looked good, although all the other bistros around had similar fixe prix menu's too. We were welcomed warmly and could choose anywhere to sit. We sat outside watching the world go by whilst having an aperatif and waiting for 7pm when the menu started. Very quickly the place got... More
We went to this restaurant because it was in the Rough Guide as a fish restaurant. What a mistake we made having the 25 euro set menu and the Dorade and Skate as mains. The fish was swimming in oil and effectively ruined. The meal was poor compared to many ohers we have had in restaurants throughout he region. Service... More
I stopped here for what we thought was going to be an early dinner w/ drinks before. It was 6:45, very early by French standards. We were shown to a table and given an "english" menu w/ nothing but price fixed options. We waited and waited and just as we were going to leave, a waiter approached. We ordered a... More
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