Quite why you would eat here, with Le Bouchon just round the corner beats me. But we felt guilty for our lack of imagination having returned to the same restaurant again and again over the past months during our fleeting visits to wonderful Montpellier. We needn't have bothered and will most likely be found at the Le Bouchon (again) sometime soon. The fact that the two restaurants shared a waiter and had the same Viognier on the wine list made us enquire: indeed it is owned by the same people. Yet for some reason the Moules-heavy menu has not received the same attention or care. True enough, the setting is different, affording a view onto a lovely church and its steps upon which a varied crowd congregates, yet even this view was slightly spoilt first by the sounds of a rhythmically challenged cuban street musician and then by the police's efforts (four cops, one cuban) to stop him. It wasn't terrible, it just wasn't particularly good.
There are indeed many, many better places in the area.
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