We stopped here twice during our stay on Havre Aubert. Once at lunch time when we just had excellent coffee. The place was busy and the service a little slow but the ambience was terrific so we were happy to sit and enjoy the atmosphere. We decided to return for dinner and were very happy with our experience. Again they were very busy but we were able to get a table right away. Service was a little slow but considering how busy it was, not unreasonable. They serve the delicious locally brewed beer so we were happy to indulge in that. The servers spoke a little English and with my rudimentary French we were able to order OK. However, when the dessert menu was provided we realised that a full menu in English was available - so I would recommend asking for that as it will undoubtedly help those who are French challenged. The menu choices were varied including Island specialities such as seal dishes! We both ordered the Choucroute with wild boar sausage (which comes from a supplier on the Island) - it was very good. Dessert a local bread pudding was also excellent. Would definitely recommend this Cafe / Bistro as providing authentic and delicious regional cuisine with a lively, local atmosphere.