We stopped here on the way to catch the ferry home. We were not offered a drink when we sat down, but eventually managed to persuade the waitress to fetch us some wine and water. They had run out of ice, so the white wine gently heated the cold water in the bucket that it was put in, rather than the other way around. I took up other reviewers recommendations on the food and had the endive tart, the scallops (and a plate of chips). Both were excellent and it is typically French that they can make something so delectable out of endives. My partner had the sea food platter which he also found delicious. He had to wait a while for additional bread and the warm wine made him grummpy. The home made mayo was yummy. For dessert I had the creme brulee and he had a disapointing tarte tatin.
I would definitely eat here again. The bill was about 85euros.
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