We just toured in 3 European countries, and by far the most fun and joyous meal of the trip was at Le Volet qui Penche. We also had the best wine of the trip there, even though we dined in several more expensive restaurants. Our 3 course dinner was very good - not haute cuisine, but flavorful and well presented. More importantly, Pierre-Henri was charming and fostered a friendly, welcoming atmosphere in this tiny place. We lingered over dinner and wine because we talked for a long time with 3 British tourists at the next table, then Pierre-Henri joined the conversation for a fun-filled, memorable evening. Get some help from a GPS or perhaps the Tourist Office to find the restaurant, as the tiny street is not marked. It is across the main street from the Tourist Office, along the water .
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