We were staying in the Holiday Inn and this is just a five minute walk from there. We arrived just as they were opening (7:00) and were offered the 'last table', which we thought was quite funny there was no one else in there. We started with a glass of Kir, which came with croutons and tapenade. Being as we were in France we had to have escargot, this was a real surprise (yes we've had escargot many times before) they were beautifully served in a light tempura batter, absolutely delicious, and if you're a bit squeamish about escargot this would be a great way to try them. I had sea bream for my main this was served with a pasteisse sauce which worked well. My wife thoroughly enjoyed her moules. To finish we had some local cheese. All washed down with a bottle of Cote du Rhone. The staff are very friendly and helpful, and speak good English! By the time we were leaving the restaurant was full and buzzing with locals queuing for tables. Definitely worth booking for a Friday or Saturday night. Our meal came to €68.30, which we thought was good value.
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