The lunchtime menu has around 6 entree dishes and 10 mains plus three salads. All based on the heavy style food preferences of the region. The dessert board was again loaded with high carb stuff.
Again going for the lightest thing on the menu I went for the Bord de Mer and my wife a fillet steak, which came out a little on the rare side of the medium she had asked for. The salad included large warm prawns, very nicely cooked cockles and brown shrimp.
We were given a complimentary portion of pate and bread while we waited. Service was smiley and good. There is a choice of inside or outside dining we chose inside after we found it too warm under the umbrellas on the outside tables.
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