We visited this little restaurant on the penultimate night of our holiday to be greeted by its charming and enthusiast owner/cook/waiter. Everything about this little gem was lovely. The restaurant itself is small, as is the menu choice, but you don't need quantity if you have quality. We chose a ' croustilliant de chevre frais au thyn' on a salad - goats cheese came deep fried in filo triangles and was delicious. For the sweet we had the house speciality of 'soup' deserts. The owner was only too happy to share his recipes, even though his English was as limited as our French! A local French couple,obviously regulars, indicated to us that they held the establishment in high regard and there was also an English couple who were returning for their third visit of their holiday. If you want to be part of the packed,often pricey, tourist cafes scene of the old cite this is not for you - but if you want to feel genuinely welcome as valued customers and be served freshly prepared and delicious food all at reasonable prices this is the place- it certainly was for us - we went back the next night!
Newly retired Bristol.
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