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We had a 2 hour lay over for our connecting train so we decided to go for a short stroll for a cold drink. My husband ordered the local beer I ordered a gin and tonic. When I asked the fat grumpy guy that was...More
I bought a 3.70 euro coffee and they gave me a dirty cup. When I asked for a clean cup the waiter told me it wasn't dirty and picked the dirt off. I thought they were just being rude because I spoke French with a...More
Situated opposite the railway station, we stopped for a couple of drinks before catching our train. This is typical of bars and restaurants around stations. The service was poor and the drinks were very expensive. The staff were a bit on the miserable side, almost...More
We stopped in here because it's across the street from the train station, and thought we'd try a quiche since we have had a lot of sandwiches lately. It was pre made, tasted warmed up, and wasn't even not completely warm. The center was cold....More
True that it is well placed in front of the gare, but if you want to drink something just walk a litlle more and dont go there, we ask 2 beers os 25cl and we payed more than 8 euros.... the waiters are not nice..
We popped in here in the morning on the way to and in the evening on the way back from our day trip. Anywhere opposite a station ought to understand that people are going in and often have trains to catch, but here they were...More
As it is close to the station we went here, but regretted it deeply. We only had a coke (less then 33 cl in a glass with mostly ice cubes) and a coffee, but we paid 8 euro. Better to by drinks (and probably also...More