We ate at Le Bistrot on a busy day in mid-August. 'Average' seems a little unfair - but it wasn't 'Very Good' either. I had Moules Normandes (with cider), which didn't include chips in the price but was very tasty indeed, and far less salty than others I've had in France. My wife had an unremarkable green salad (is there any other kind in a French bistro?) and a pleasant pasta bolognese. With a beer, it came to €29, which seems ok for such a nice location right near the seafront. Service was very good - a young guy who was quick and attentive and pleasant.
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