After checking out most of the restos in the old town on a cold, damp November Saturday evening, we were fortunate to get the last available non-reserved table. And how lucky we were! The menu is short and very different. The food is spectacularly good. The Crème Brulée was probably the best of its kind I've ever had in France. 65 euros for apertifs, three courses, a bottle of wine and coffee seemed excellent value at the time - and still does. And the staff - especially Loic - are incredibly good, if a little run off their feet in this busy but marvellous little place
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.