We had the 'saveurs d'ete' menu and we enjoyed it more than the corresponding menu that we had last year: this is probably because the dishes were more to our taste. We both started with a refreshing melon and lobster terrine, followed by pork loin, in my case, whilst my partner had monkfish with chorizo. We both finished with the delicious chocolate cake. We had an interesting Mas de la Rouviere red Bandol wine. I thought that the wine prices in this restaurant were keen. Throughout the service was helpful and professional, and there was a pleasant atmosphere in the busy restaurant. The tables were well spaced. Overall, I think that I enjoyed dinner here as much as any that I have had recently.
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