This seafood restaurant, directly on the water south of town and not in the main tourist strip, offers local oysters, mussels, razor clams and other delights. A very local place (we were the only non-French speaking table) that I guess the locals keep to themselves. The mussels were unfortunately a bit over cooked, but the sole was outdoor-charcoal grilled and perfect, as were the oysters. The daily special, bourride of monkfish, had a wonderful white sauce. Portions are for a working man's appetite. The seafood salad a perfect, smaller starter. And right on the water overlooking the oyster beds one watches the local fishing boats about their business. A delightful find. We have been there twice and always enjoy! Reservations a Must, and get there on time or you might lose your table.
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