When we entered, I spoke in English saying we need a table for 3 but as we sat, we were given a menu in French. We found it tricky to order. I was going to ask for an English menu but it took a good 15 minutes to get the waiter's attention. He hadn't even gotten back to us for this whole time. So 20 minutes have passed and a waitress came to ask for our orders and we couldn't decide as we preferred the English version. She obliged and then came back after another few minutes to take our orders. That was also the only time we were served some baguettes. We have been there sitting without any whilst the people who came after us were already given theirs. In total, it took around 30 minutes before we actually ordered. Food was served after a further 20 minutes. My child liked her kid's meal. Food was ok but priced quite high considering the portions given. Atmosphere by the port is a plus though and could be relaxing if you are not that hungry.
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