Don't you find that restaurant quality and value is often inversely proportional to the touristic attractiveness of its setting? That is not the case with Le Tremail.
We were warmly welcomed and seated at the last empty table. Not a bad sign for this time of year! The set menus offered interesting choices at sensible prices. The waitress immediately identified our origin before a word was spoken and explained the specials of the day in perfect English. Then she smiled indulgently when we responded and placed our orders in my wobbly French. Several times French people have asked me to speak English because they can't understand my French but I am persevering. Maybe "Allo allo" was not the best learning medium.
The food came before we had finished our aperitif of the lovely Banyuls, and it was delicious and plentiful. The desserts were yummy and even the coffee was spot on.
The whole lot for two came to less than some of the main courses at one of the restaurants we looked at, and we left mighty contented!