This restaurant is right on the town’s Place de la Republique and, when seated outside in the busy summer season, is an excellent place to people-watch. If you’re there on the right night, you might even have front row seats to a concert staged on the nearby mini stage. There is, of course, plenty of seating inside. We stayed in the hotel and therefore eating here was very convenient, though it wasn’t the best meal we had in the town; nevertheless, the food was good and the service efficient. Entrées were cold melon soup and a skewer of “gently spiced”, though oddly textured prawns and smoked duck breast salad. The main courses were beef brochette and tender veal, which was surrounded by a ring of undercooked fruit (the menu said peaches, but I thought they were apples). The crumble of apricots wasn’t what we know as crumble – it was more like a single crust pie, but it was good and the chocolate fondant with mint and mint ice cream was delicious. The meal with wine cost around 100 Euros. The experience was pleasant and the food was good enough.
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