Good food here late one evening before the kitchen closed (we are grateful!) Had the duck breast in fig sauce. Friendly service, great atmosphere. Not a dining destination per se, but if you’re hungry this is a great choice!
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The duck was almost raw, and the gratinated potatoes were burned. And they only have one kind of beer. Not a place I will recomend.
I was having dinner with 5 friends, and the atmosphere was really nice, the service was ok, the amuse-bouche was nice. My friends ate duck and entrecôte and was extremely happy, I was disappointed by my tuna. The dish was sour, too much lemon, not...More
My husband and I were given the name of this restaurant from the proprietor of our B&B, Le Four Des Bains. The food was spectacular! We had roasted whole breem with bone marrow. For dessert we had a chocolate cake with gelato. The waitress was...More
In the midst of bars around the Plaza is this delightful, atmospheric restaurant serving delicious bistro-style food with a modern twist. We didn’t have reservations for mid-week at 7 pm but we were welcomed with friendly smiles and some English by the owner and server....More
Everyone raves about French cuisine and this is a place that deserves that honour. The duck with raspberry sauce and patates au gratin was scrumptious. The risotto with prawns was equally delicious. It is a tiny old restaurant with great service, wine and food. Get...More
We had dinner in this charming bistrot in late October. Our timing was perfect, we were the second table seated indoors and within minutes the restaurant was full. The portions are enormous and the waitress suggested that we might prefer to share a starter. This...More
We dined here on a Sunday night - this was a recommendation from our hotel and the restaurant didn’t disappoint. Cosy and quirky restaurant with great food - large portions ! Definitely try the confit duck shepherds pie.
The food here was OK but the portions were huge. Not sure if that was because they thought we were American (we are Australian) or if that is just how it usually comes. On the waitresses advice we shared the pate as an entree and...More