Went there for an late dinner andordered a pizza and the mixed grills plate.
The pizza was excellent, and can safely be recommended. As for the mixed grills (barbecue) that consisted of a roasted pieace of beef, pork and lamb with fried potato wedges. The potato was brilliant, with a nice mix of herbes and chopped garlic. The actual meats however was a bit bland, and a bit of let down. So I deduct half-a-point for that.
An other point to mention is that the menues are in french only, so bring your parlour, since the staff don't speak very good english and might not be able to explain the niceties of the menu. (So, minus another half for that).
On the other hand the staff was good natured and didn't seem to mind that we had to order by pointing to the menu and gestulating.
Finally I'll subtract one half-point for it's location wich is out of the way from Antibes old town, and more or less in a road-cross, and half-a-point for not bringing the creme brulle I ordered for dessert. The chocolat fondant was perfect.
To sum up, if you bring a good sense of humor, a parlour and order the pizza, you're in for a treat. If not, there are better alternatives in Antibes.
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