We've been visiting the Nord Pas de Calais for day trips since the '80s, using Patricia Fenn's French Entree series (1st edition 1993 for many years, and the second edition albeit dating to 2000/2 since 2009, and using her Normandy guide as well) as my guide for out of the way, good and reasonably priced lunch. This was a first visit to Wimereux, to stop at least, though we had been to La Brocante at Wimille and buddy Crawford with family had lunched at Le Centre before. There were several places tipped by Patricia, but strolling after parking the car, we noticed La Vie est Belle and though we checked the menu at Le Centre further up the rue Carnot we were quickly back and quickly seated. The three course e19.50 lunch - a 'simple' cool cream of vegetable soup with a tomato sorbet (me) and ham with a little salade and tomato sauvages (Crawford and Michael), followed by grilled plaice with a light buttery white sauce (some pork for Crawford), a half bottle of Muscadet, and a light Sancerre Rouge were very good. I and Michael finished with some cheese, Crawford with the dessert du jour of an icecream and cream confection with a coulis and strawberries despite protestations that his digestion was not so good. I'd tried a bottle conditioned local beer as an aperitifs - 2 Caps blonde - in lieu of my normal Suze; Michael a kir cassis. It was lovely - just right on what was a pretty warm day.
I'd say that there was plenty - no more then sufficient for all three of us - and marvelously enjoyed without any sense of going OTT. A walk along the promenade, a little bit of a rest and to enjoy the 'sites', and we felt well and truly satisfied and content. One very definitely to come back to.
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