We ate here around sunset in May, and the evening light was amazing in the tiny fishing village where the restaurant is located. We dined here in a small group. Luckily we had a French person with us to translate! The food was of a good quality, and the portion sizes also ok. The seafood all seemed fresh and cooked that day. One of the group had pizza, and the petit was the size of a normal dinner plate. The grande size must have been massive! The mussels were fresh, and the other fish dishes cooked well. The waiter did forget our wine, however it was brought immediately once we had reminded him. The desserts were also good. The atmosphere was great, as they had split a louder and bigger group into a separate dining area so as to not disturb other patrons. The food was also reasonably priced, what I would expect to pay for seafood.
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