We thankfully stumbled across this lovely little restaurant when we saw that the Brasseries were offering a cheeseburger for €24, which made us walk off the main drag and explore the side streets. The Coq had 3 course menus for €13,€15 up to €29. All good value for real food. We ordered off the main menu, mixed salad (so much more than just lettuce and tomato) and pink prawns for starters and a Steak in pepper sauce and Large prawns in a tomato/garlic sauce soaked up with baguette for mains.The 2 staff out front were kept busy but still managed to be attentive and friendly. The menus are in French & English which is a plus. We sat inside as unfortunately all the outside tables were full, however, it was completely comfortable inside due to the flung open window which gave the small space inside a light airy feel. Plenty of things adorning the Walls to look at too. All in all a great find and we look forward to returning for dinner sometime.
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