Very pleasant, almost endearing place, with charming staff who - dare I say - are slightly more mature than young but who deliver friendliness and good service and add to a sense of being someone slightly different. Like someone's home, extended backwards? The food was good, without being exceptional and again had a sense of very fine home cooking: a good pumpkin veloute generously dosed with pied-de-mouton mushrooms, a nicely cooked piece of turbot, fresh of the boat (but served with some rather wholesome winter vegetables that are very much of the region but which didn't do it any favours). Small choice of good wines. Three good cheeses. Eighty euros for two, including both a bottle of wine and of water. All in all, somewhere we would go back to. Fun.
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