Following TA screening, went for dinner to La Table d'Ugo'h, this is the correct name. Booking necessary in high season, two shifts. Cuisine is Italian, I had the menu of the day (29 Euros), foie gras, ok but toasted bread was scarce and burnt, fillet de boeuf, tender and juicy and marquise de chocolat. Prices for the set menu are reasonable. My family had lasagna of the house and fettucini with cheese cream and all of them were happy with their choices. If you go a la carte, prepare to pay more. Service was efficient (in high season, they have to ensure the 2 offered shifts are on time), so overall, a nice place.
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