It's one among my favourite restaurants in this area.
The restaurant is placed in a pedestrian area of the beautiful old village of Roquebrune. The setting is quite original: the kitchen and the dining room are separate by the street, this avoids the smell and noise of the kitchen so the feeling is even more intimate. The music is really soft, soul and jazz of the 60's.
The menu is not really long but every choice can be surprising, the last time i've been there i had tartare de saumon (salmon's tartare), coquille de lotte (a mix of different crustaces) and finally as dessert a peach flavoured creamy cake, very good. As wine i took half a bottle of Hermitage rosé, total expense was 45 € per person.
The service was quick and friendly, and luckily the restaurant (which isn't very big) wasn't overcrowded so it was possible to enjoy the intimacy of the place. Definitely suggested if you're passing by Roquebrune!
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