Just off the main square, a window full of patisseries greets you, and as these will form desserts…browse a moment. The interior of the restaurant is dark wood and cool, but reserve a table and ask for outdoors.
The tiny courtyard is usually packed and the food is delicious. One of our party described the lamb as the best meal of the entire holiday. Staff are happy to let you try your French or willing to chat in English. Fresh food, simply presented and don’t forget the desserts. Heaven on a plate.
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