Went because of trip advisor and were not disappointed. Primitive surroundings but a great evening with delicious food. The escargot were good, but at the next table they had the great idea of ordering the mussels as a couple and sharing it as an appetiser. The filet with red wine sauce was cooked perfectly. The highlight, though, was dessert. Do not miss the creme brûlée under any circumstances! The cost was very reasonable because they served a litre of red house wine that was quite fine but inexpensive.
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