Too touristic, to slow, taste is avarege.... Nice placements for the tables but food is not that special at all.
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I’m very surprised to see some negative TripAdvisor reviews of the service here as we’ve always found everyone to be very friendly. Samir Cassia and his family have been running this and the nearby, slightly more informal Café Bleu for years and in my opinion they know what their customers want and how to provide it. The food is tasty... More
I chose Via Cassia to meet with friends for lunch today. I saw mixed reports on TA about the greeting and service. Today we were met with lots of smiles and a very nice welcome, although we all spoke French, our waitress spoke really good English. We were not rushed at all, even though we were the last in the... More
I have been here before and the food is good, and the waitresses are quite stern, but pleasant and helpful. I don't know if it's because my friends and I are English, but the owner was just so rude, I'm still in shock. For a start my starter came out; foie gras with confite of onion, with toast. The toast... More
Our visit was just dreadful. Food disgusting. 3 of us had the same meal and it was totally inedible. Waitress said is all ok, but not really interested. We said no. Eventually manager came and he just shrugged is shoulders and said they had served many of this dish that day and no one else had complained. This is a... More
We had an enjoyable meal on a Friday evening in January, good choice from the menu, we went for the fixed price: oysters/foie gras; then both of us had the steak frites; then cheese/ice cream. Good portions. Ambience fine, cheerful red & white colours.
The restaurant is nicely presented, clean and offers a good variety of food. The food itself is excellent - loved the rabbit - all dishes arrived promptly and hot. The staff, however arrived cold, sullen and provided service with a scowl - a bit like old fashioned dinner ladies. We are quite hardy and made the best of it as... More
We keep coming back to this restaurant every summer so they must do something right. The location and decoration is great and generic ambiance good. The food has never disappointed. However the service is usual French, not very friendly. The smallest steaks may be a bit too small but burgers are good and pizzas too
We use this restaurant quite a lot as it is near our mooring, so we have been there for morning coffee, lunch, (usually moules et frites which are very good), evening meals and Sunday lunch. It is very busy with many local customers, as well as boat owners. The quay is quite atmospheric, especially on Friday evenings when the place... More
My companion and I were taken here by friends who have a holiday apartment near by and eat here regularly. Our main dishes ranged from fish, salad Nicoise, steak and salmon. My friend's steak was underdone so he sent it back and it was returned more cooked within 5 minutes. I was the only one to have desert of two... More
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