I spend summers in the area and find myself at Café de l'Anse a lot, for their popular brunch in a lively atmosphere, for a late lunch and a quiet drink on the patio while admiring the beautiful view or during their dinners. The menu strives to feature many local products and the service is friendly.
This place is a labour of love from determined villagers with a will to save this architectural piece of their history. Don't miss it if you are in the area.
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