This traditional bistro is in two parts, a cafe and a bistro. We ate in the bistro. We were encouraged when, asking a young policewoman where we could find it, her first words were "Good choice!".
Food-wise we had onion soup and seared scallops for starters, with coq au vin and moules to follow. All was nicely cooked and presented by the young staff, all of whom I think were French.
The decor is rustic french, and you could be mistaken for thinking you were really in France. We were seated next to a hotel owner from Sark, and he rated it as the best restaurant in Guernsey. Booking is essential.