I ate here in mid-November with my daughter and a friend. We sampled the moules and frites, the chipirons cooked in a red Basque sauce with potatoes, and the monkfish sauted with garlic. The food was tasty, the portions great, the prices reasonable for St Jean de Luz, and the service was good. The atmosphere however, was a blast. We seemed to be the only UK/American group, most of the other patrons were local. When they learned one in our party was a Welsh football fanatic, we had a rousing discussion with 3 tables involved in faltering french, about what might happen at the matches. This simple camaraderie made our evening delightful, one of the most fun we had at St Jean de Luz. With even the owner getting involved in the discussion.
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