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The service is attentive but the is good, not great. The beef carpaccio had too much oil on it and the tuna tataki was overdone even if I had requested for it to be blue, plus it was white tuna which is less tasty than...More
We were recommended Le Cabanon by our B&B host.
Being a TripAdvisor certificated restaurant we expected better than the quality of one of the meals we were served. My wife and I both ordered entrecôte steak. My wife's was fine but mine was 50% fat...More
I had some expectations because this restaurant is located outside of the touristy spots and it was packed. The place is kind of fancy, the service is good but the food was extremely average! Our €40 bottle of red wine was below average. Last but...More
We were just discovering the region and fell on this place one lunchtime.
The restaurant itself in on the roadside but well protected from passing cars, there is an outside terrace and a lovely room where we ate, most of the déco is wood.
Very good restaurant for eating fish. We choose the 25 euro menu: entrée with 9 oysters, main dish with grilled swordfish and a selection of french cheese. The fish was fresh and delicious, above all I liked the oysters.
2 negative observations: first, I sent...More
Visiting family in France after New Year, we 'forced' them out to Sunday lunch, so nobody had to cook for a change - though we all love cooking as good seafood produce here by Arcachon! Didnt read TR before booking/eating so was surprised to find...More