Having checked in to the hotel next door and not wanting to walk any more than the 10,000 steps we had already done today, we tried this quaint restaurant. As is typical with most 20 or so seat restaurants in France this is a two person operation - chef in the back, and host/server out front. We were enthusiastically greeted by the owner Sebastian immediately.
Ordered a carafe of local rosé wine for 5euro and then both proceeded to go with the 19euro tapas platter. What a pleasant surprise - a combination of salmon wrapped in phylo, shrimp on skewers, chorizo sausage, a very mild hummus on toast, grilled chicken, garbanzo beans marinated in cumin, and some fresh salad greens. A basket of bread accompanied the meal. My wife and I finished the meal by sharing a decadent chocolate dessert. Sebastian's service was attentive. A very good evening for a total of 44euro.
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