The Michelin Guide recommends the place but it looks to me like it had it good times a while ago. The meals are ok but nothing spectacular. The staff though is quite experienced. We were recommended a Rosé which was a lot cheaper than whate we wanted to order in the first place. The setting is nothing special. All the restaurants to the left and the right of Le Sirocco look the same. The owners seemingly have adopted a small kid who runs around the restaurant to the pleasure of its mother but not much of the guests. All gives the impression of "pretty aged" and nothing new. It's pricy for whatever reason. The dorade was handeld by a server who apparently lacked the knowledge on how to prepare a fish. Nice talk with the head of service but not a place to go back to.
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