Set on the Roscoff vieux port, this restaurant is set in an old building, disguised by its exterior profile.
The staff were well turned out, courteous and helpful.
Our kir aperitif arrived accompanied by a a tasty gaspacio, and artichoke mousse.
Menus ranged from €25 upwards (with a cheaper lunch menu served weekdays). We chose the €33, an amuse, followed by gaspacio and tuna tartare, then duck breast and a dessert of almond biscuit, ice cream and mousse. The plain description of the ingredients doesn't do justice to the presentation and the cooking, all the dishes were beautifully presented and tasted wonderfull. We chose a white Cotes du Rhone to accompany the meal €28, from a well found wine list. Well worth a visit, we look forward to our next trip.