A group of four of us went twice in a week for lunch. Very down to earth and unpretensious, compared to other places in the village. There were several fixed price menu options that all looked reasonably priced, we went for a la carte, which included several lovely terrine options, prawn kebabs, snails, smoked salmon. Mains were steaks, chicken, lamb, salmon, all lovingly cooked on an open fire inside the restaurant. Great service from a nice chap who was very patient with our bad French skills.
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