Happened across "chez Teresa " as I was searching for a b&b. My eye was drawn initially by the colourful & unorthodox outside décor and hand-written chalk-board signs & menu's. Popped my head into kitchen and was greeted warmly by Teresa . I asked if she had any rooms but she was full. Liked the inside décor also , which has an air of " organized chaos " to be honest. I don't mean untidy, just that there's so much crammed onto every bit of available shelf-space. But all quaint/interesting stuff. Everything from touristy souvenirs to lovely tea-sets. I asked if she was still serving food to which she replied " yes of course, I don't hold with this stopping serving food at 2 pm " which it seems is the case in most french food establishments . Anyway, said I might return for her €12:50 3 m-course menu.
After I'd found a b&b I climbed back up the hill ( well worth the climb, I reflected later ) to chez Teresa . Had the set-menu ; Petit-pois soup ( served in a pink cup & saucer , nice touch ) which was very welcome as I'd cooled down considerably having cycled all day and the weather was quite grey & cold. Second course was quiche with " proper " chips and a side-salad ( bread-bowl re-filled also ) and finally a very welcome apple-crumble with cream ( which Teresa assures me the french people go for in a big-way... Why WOULDN't they ?! ). All served with Yann Tiersons music from the film " Amelie " played unobtrusively. Very atmospheric. Both Teresa & her hubby / partner chatted with me for a while . One final nice touch, the reciept was hand- written with some nice little sketched daisies adorning it. I'd recommend anyone to call into here for good, simple,reasonably-priced food and a warm welcome. See, Teresa, I said I'd give you a good revue didn't I ?
Scouse guy cycling from St Malo to Nice.
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