A Fish restaurant that was recommended by our hotel. Due to bad wheather we sat indoors which was unfortunate because the interior was a bit, how shall I put it, "heavy", the furnishing was old and not very comfortable. The food, however, was great. We had carpaccio on Dorado:( excellent fish perfect for this dish as well as many other), with the usual ingredients and bread. In France a dinner is never complete without bread. The main course salmon tartar came with fresh lettuce and some sparingly used balsam vinegar. Finally for dessert, crème brûlé, perfectly made with the burned top that cracked nicely when putting the spoon on it. We were recommended a white wine from a local wine maker, organically manufactured the "old way", banning the sulfuric preservative. the service was not in parity with the food, so our grading will be Very good.
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