Since many years we spend our holidays in the area, also off-season and one of the things we were missing was a restaurant with a bit more refined food besides the standard burgers, entrecotes and duck, even if those meals gave us pleasure.
At le St. Julien, you get that little bit more. The plates look ice, taste nice, the desserts are marvellous though a bit expensive (7-9€).
If you stick to the menu at 28€, you won't be dissapointed.
We'll be back, and especially off-season.