This is a small but great restaurant. In all it has about 26 seats and from the outside it looks like a normal house. It's run by the cook and his wife, aided by just two other people. The food is great. Classic French cooking, but with a light twist and without becoming "nouvelle cuisine". And here you'll not only find meat, but also recognizable vegetables, something you see less and less in the better restaurant. Excellent salad with sea brass. Great dessert; Sabayon with cherries and homemade icecream. Good portions, friendly service. And once the young guy that serves as a waiter is a bit better trained, also that aspect will get a 10.
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