An idyllic location under the pines on the top of the cliffs. What a pity the food and service lets it down. We had heard that it had improved but it hasn't. Half the fish on the pre-printed menu was not available and the wine list did not correspond to what was available either. Fish dishes are inflexible as they insist on at least two persons taking the same fish. They sell it by weight so difficult to budget. We expected a gastronomic experience, but ended up eating mussels and chips. Waiter threw plates and cutlery on to the table, got the wine wrong, forgot the bread, forgot a bottle of water we had requested and then charged us for champagne that we had not ordered. If you are the host you cannot relax. If you order a carafe of water, you get it served in an old Voss bottle with the price sticker still on. Service was medium slow. It seems that if you do not order bouillabaisse in advance there is not much else on a Monday. Only one waiter smiled. They have a car park but it seems to be reserved for the staff and was full. Not their fault but it is a windy location so take something warm. Be prepared for wine glasses to blow over and spill wine.
What a pity. With a top chef and decent service, this place could be a dream.
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