The setting for this restaurant is a major advantage - on the water looking over the oyster beds towards Sète, and, like most of the restaurants in the area, the seafood is fresh and simply cooked. The end result, however was varied - two very good dishes, and two which were overcooked with non-complementary garnishes. Our main criticism was that there appeared to be no attention to the quality of other ingredients on the plate. Why have watery pasta with gambas, a mess of puréed spinach with the dish of the day, and indifferent stuffed tomatoes on every plate? This is lazy cooking, and not worthy of the excellent shellfish that the restaurant has available as a base for its menu.
The service, on the other hand, was good and made up somewhat for the disappointing food.