We were disappointed to find very few restaurants in this tourist trap town, but our meal at Bisson Andre was delightful and we would certainly detour to go there again. We chose from the set menu; there was plenty of choice and a good balance of meat and fish dishes. Portions were not enormous but as the starters and desserts were delicious this wasn't a problem as it allowed us to sample all three courses. The waiter was charming although he was certainly busy, working alone on a busy Saturday night, and the wine list was extensive, with a selection of reasonably priced items as well as some 'luxury' tipples.
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