I write this on the assumption that this restaurant is 'La Cote Royal' located in the great Royal Barriere hotel. It provides a first class formal, classic dining experience with the added enjoyment of great sea views. Six of us had lobster ravioli, turbot, tournedos rossini followed by crepes suzette and raspberry macarons. However the wine list was unexpectedly limited, although we were able to order a decent Chablis Premier Cru to enjoy with our meal..
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