This little café/restaurant really deserves a try. It is run by a very friendly couple. She greets and looks after you in the front whilst he does the cooking in the back, popping out to say hello and to check that all was ok once you’ve eaten. The place is decorated in a 1960s/1970s pop style in blue, yellow and orange, with Hepburn and Monroe icons on the wall.
After fixing a gang of hungry teenagers up with a takeaway, madam explained the daily menu to us. I went for the 13 euro formula which started with a plate of crevettes with mayo, three oysters (with shallots and vinegar) and about a dozen whelks in their shells. After this lovely fresh plate of fruits of the sea I then had a juicy breast of duck with sauté potatoes and salad. Finally (for the last bit of the formula) I had a strong fresh cup of expresso coffee. The wife went for a fresh green salad followed by the dish of the day, which was a couple of juicy lamb chops in herbes de provence with boiled spuds and more salad. With a couple of baskets of bread, an aperitif (pression for me and a kir for the wife) plus to a liter of very acceptable vin rouge we got the bill. At 48 euros we thought this great value for money.
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