We chose this restaurant as it was located close by and looked nice with good menu. As we arrived for a dinner, restaurant was quite full with one large group and several business dinners going on. Waiter warned us that service might take, but it was ok for us and at the end it was quite fast. Location is an old colonial ware store.
We ordered entrecôte “Café de Paris” with gratinated potatoes and Coq au Vin in white wine sauce with chickpeas and mediterranean vegetables. Both were good, but not mind blowing, steak failed in the other being slightly over cooked and vegetables (mainly beetroot) in Coq au vin. Looking the pictures Coq au Vin is bit boring or dull looking. Waiter apologised that bread is being cooked, that's why taking time, but when at table it was cold, so it didn't come from oven. Just to make clear, bread was fresh and good, served with olives. Looking risotto, what neighbour table was having, I think that is the specialty that you should take in this restaurant.
As a dessert we had white chocolate mousse with sorbet. That was excellent.
Staff was nice, but somehow felt that they were lost, maybe exhausted after having almost full house.
Wine list is excellent and waiters knew well their wines.
Nice restaurant, I would recommend, if your accommodation is at area.