Small frontage which opens up as you go in to reveal half the town having lunch.
No nonsense, no choice. 11€ for four courses including wine and coffee. There are people who eat here every day and unless you are a wallflower, you'll get involved with at least some of them.
We had excellent garbure, a selection of fresh crudités, pork chops with superb frites and myrtle sponge with sabayon. The red wine looks frightening but tastes fine. Quantities look excessive but it all seems to go.
You used to find this sort of place all over France in the 70’s. Rarer and rarer now, so don't miss it if you're in the area.
More than just a restaurant.
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