A fresh fish stall next to the kitchen together with a wide terrace of umbrella shaded tables help to give this restaurant a lovely atmosphere. The view of the sun drenched harbour completes a classic french tableau. The food is relatively expensive given that the chef's concerns do not stretch beyond placing food on plates. There is no time spent on presentation which would be acceptable if the food arrived hot at the table. However in our case the two bouillabaisse soups were luke warm. When we asked for the soup to be warmed up the bowl arrived back fuller yet no warmer. The service is prompt and friendly so if they can increase the value for money this would be a place to which I would happily return.
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