A friendly welcome awaits you in this bar/restaurant lying back from the port. The walls are gaily painted with local fishing scenes. Otherwise, the deco is sobre, but the lovely old floor tiles have been preserved. There is plenty of choice on the three course menu at EUR 34. We started with ravioli of lamb sweetbreads and langoustines, and scallops marinaded in orange juice and beautifully decorated with green asparagus. Both of us chose turbot as the main course: pan fried, firm and golden, it was served with local potatoes, and various tiny vegetables. For dessert, we sampled the local "gateau battu", prepared as French toast and accompanied by gingerbread ice cream. The food is delicious and the presentation fastidious. The wine list is reasonable and the total cost of our meal including two house aperitifs, a bottle of wine and coffee was EUR 107. The number of tables is limited, so booking is essential.