Although the restaurant was not busy (only us and one other couple) there was a very good atmosphere, largely because the owner/waiter was so entertaining and friendly and because the music was great. The owner speaks very little English but we communicated well with our limited French and he provided a menu in English, which helped a lot! He brought a nice appetizer of bruschettas to nibble while we decided. In the end we shared a goat's cheese parcel with cured ham and salad (about 8 euros) then I had the fish of the day (21 euros) whilst my husband enjoyed his first taste of kangaroo in a beef and kangaroo skewers dish (18euros). A shared apple crumble dessert cost 6.5 euros. All the food was superbly cooked and presented with delicious accompaniments. With wine and coffee the bill came to about 90 euros - not the cheapest but a fair price for the quality of meal and a very enjoyable evening.