Chose this restaurant because of its extensive moules menu. Sat down and ordered wine, which was brought straight to the table, whilst we were choosing our food. Probably half of the dishes on the menu were moules. We both chose moules only to be told that they had none because moules were out of season!! We didn't know any different so accepted that and both ordered prawns cooked on a hot stone(after much googling!!).
The meal we got was strange and not very appetising. The plate had a big potato cut in two, some salad, one piece of cauliflower, rice,a raw sliced mushroom and 5 prawns, two small bowls of butter and some sort of dip and 5 x large raw prawns. There as then a hot stone brought to the table to cook the prawns on.
The bill was 54 euros for the two dishes, a carafe of white wine and a bottle of sparkling water.
We left very disappointed with what we had had.
I later checked out when is the season for mussels and it turns out to be from October to the end of March. we were there in February.
We had eat in the Atypic restaurant the day before and had probably the best meal that we had ever had in France. La Lycorne was the worst