We had a tasty lunch sitting on the terrace, facing the sun on a winter's day. The service differed. The waitress was friendly but seemed untrained whilst the waiter, who did an excellent job filleting our fish, was a pro. We had an aperitif and felt that a little dish of olives or savouries could have been offered with it. They had chosen their wines well. Both the white and the rosé were very good and served at the right temperatures. The main dishes were very good and the dessert, although quite expensive was worth it. The only thing that spoilt the experience was the music. Although electronic music goes with the modern decor chosen by the restaurant, it is not to everyone's taste when it is too loud. Perhaps thay could try some jazz and turn the sound down a bit?
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