Chose this restaurant on the menu and there were a lot of other diners. Waiters were terrific and helpful, food (sea bass and bouillabaisse) was delicious. The atmosphere was perfect.
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The service was outstanding. We were waited on by the owner who made sure that we continued to receive outstanding service. The view of Cassis from this sidewalk cafe is indescribable.
My husband had been searching for one of his favourite dishes - pieds et pacquets - unsucessfully when we spotted them on the menu here. AND they weren't 'off'. This is a typical French bistrot, but better than you might expect given its prime position...More
Every staff member was super friendly as and attentive. We had to move tables due to the sun which was not a problem at all. Decent wine at an affordable price, and the beers are not a rip off (they are at a number of...More
This" small" bistro in cassis was a real jewel. It was raining hard, something that doesn´t happen often and we decided to stop nearby . Tthere are fixed menus , but we chose the moules a la mariniere with paulette sauce, and fish soup, itsnt...More
Drawn in by a promising menu and a recommendation from another restaurant owner in Cassis. Ordered sardines and house speciality mixed shellfish platter. Sardines were very small and lacked flavour, and the shellfish was of such poor quality it was obvious that they were frozen....More
Yum! Less classy than Romano but for a lunch of mussels and french fries it was perfect, the mussels were HUGE and fresh. Service was average but acceptable.
I thought they were conchs! These things are huge and tasty, but you need to cut them up. The rest of the plat was just as good and the caesar salad was a meal in itself. The mussels were very good and the house wine...More
I ordered the set menu and the main courses lacked tasted and were made from frozen products. This is agood restaurant for fresh seafood platter or fish soup. Also the Marmite de pecheur is good.