I went four times over a month period while studying French, including L'Aubergine restaurant which was very good. Safroinere is an autonomous small quartier in the old village with the key restaurant being the La Safrionere.
My first supper was a whole Dorado fish which was not great for me because this fish has lots of bones and I don't like to work form my supper. Lots of great local and family ambience.
The remaining meals were excellent including the Tuna, and the amazing pink lamb chops.
Desserts such as creme brûlée and tarte citron were to die for.
Location, ambience are hard to beat as this space is very open and yet concealed from open traffic
Service by this restaurant especially with the addition of Carol from Sardinia was superb.
Make sure you understand your choice of fish and if you are fussy with bones ask for fish ( poissons ) without bones or (sans arrete)
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