Typical cozy provincial looking restaurant, right in the center of town amongst many other cute places. We got the fixed lunch menu, 15 euro salad, fish, rice and vegetable, but beware, my husband’s portion was ok, but my portion looked as if it were a cast off from a previous customer. When we complained about it, the waitress first pretended not to understand English (she used English fine to take the order), then my husband complained in fluent French and she replied “What do you expect we’re in St. Tropez”. If you want to go to a nice place, eat at the place next door after the soap shop; the local merchants eat there.
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