In principle, Côte Ouest is inspired by food from Brittany, and the menu hence includes Galettes de Sarrasin and the occasional Breton dish. But it is also known for more typical fare, such as Moules / Frites, Steaks / Frites, and Confit de Canard. Anna had an outstanding bowl of Moules with a superb, classic white wine sauce & great frites. And for me, the succulent Confit de Canard was the best I have ever eaten (and I have eaten many). An excellent Chinon (Loire) was available by glass, carafe or bottle, along with a small but varied list. Very busy on a Saturday night, but friendly service largely managed to keep pace. Warm atmosphere with a pleasantly worn interior of hand hewn wood. Note the specials -- apparently, the Lapin à la moutarde is (along with the Confit) one of the several dishes they are known for.
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