We have eaten here on a few occasions over the past few years after a morning's shopping in Beziers. It is always full of local people eating during their lunchbreak (a good sign in my view). There is an inner courtyard during the summer months and when it is cooler the main dining room is cosy and traditional. We have always eaten well - on our last visit we had baby squid sauteed with garlic, parsley and a little fresh tomato - it was so fresh and delicious. I guess they buy their products from the Halles opposite on a daily basis. Other items on the menu are also very local - stuffed mussels, palourdes en persiade, magret de canard etc. The service is efficient and friendly and the wine en-carafe very drinkable. I can highly recommend this restaurant, especially at lunchtime, since I have not eaten there in the evening.
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