We passed by this small restaurant earlier in the day, having read reviews on tripadvisor and took a gamble that a table for 2 might be available on our return later in the evening - we were in luck and welcomed warmly by a lovely waitress. The menu of the day was appealing but I couldn't resist half a boiled lobster with homemade mayo and toast, which more than met my expectations; while my husband had an entree of the boulabaisse which was filled with flavour and seafood. We chose the turbot with spinach and sauce nage and the fried sole with capers - both so fresh and delicious. Presentation was simple but the fish spoke for itself. Accompanied our food with a Sancerre and while the meal wasn't cheap it certainly seemed value for money to us - the restaurant is small and the tables close together and the 2 ladies next to us seemed to enjoy their oysters, beautifully presented on ice followed by a generous helping of small mussels.
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