Chucking it down with rain when we visited, and since La Terrace was closed, we went here. Not the best of decisions but the food was adequate.
Salade des Gesiers was just that, a mountain of gesiers on a bed of salad leaves. Spouse had a buckwheat pancake with ratouille and an egg. She left most of it.
I followed with a beef dish, well cooked as requested (a pointe) with salad and fries. All very ordinary,
My menu allowed a pudding, so I had sickly chocolate profiteroles smothered in spray can cream which was partially eaten.
There are better restaurants in this town but this was literally the port in a thunderstorm. Expensive for what it was but adequate without any culinary excitement. We will not be back...
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