First time in Biot and the place is packed for the annual international ‘petanque carrés championship’ which made our visit even more interesting. Plenty of restaurants in this lovely village and all of them fully booked, so difficult pick, at least according to ‘the the bigger the crowd the better the food, (hopefully)’ criterion. Our Moleskine guide book suggested La Poste as one of the oldest places, pity no table available overlooking the square and the games which were taken by the teams drinking wine. The service was fast but detached, I guess too many tourists and the Petanque week end on top of it tired the staff out. The food was nice, I’ll go again for that. Pity the place has no real character since the quaint old square is already a perfect setting for a tradional ‘French’ bistrot, as the name also stands out for the good old times.
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