This lovely fishing port felt 'out of season' due to the bad weather recently. We chose this restaurant because it had more than 1 person in it and the menu looked varied. My children can be fussy eaters but they both found something they liked. I had noix st jacques which were really good in a sauce with an interesting salad. The girls had mussels and frites, and a pizza between them. The pizza was expensive but very good. Crepes and sorbet to finish off. Coffee was nice too.
Staff seemed 'straight' and professional but were brisk and looked after us.
The bill appeared pricey, but food excellent and you know how fresh it is.
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