D'une Rive á L'Autre is located up one of the side streets not far from the harbour. We had a table on the street outside the restaurant. The only minor criticism I can mention is that the chairs are on the small side and for me at least, not particularly comfortable (I'm not big by any means). Also the road slopes significantly and this, together with the small metal chair made me feel a bit uncomfortable. My wife was facing downhill though and had no complaint. For us, this restaurant made a lovely change from the usual fish, seafood and pizza restaurants which dominate the town, excellent though some of them are. We booked a table earlier in the day to make sure of getting a table. We had a selection of starters, all of which were delicious. Other reviewers have commented on the falafel. I can usually take or leave falafel but on this occasion could have eaten more - the best I had ever had. The main course was delicious too, though we were quite full after the starters. The young woman serving us was efficient and helpful at all times. If we visit Cassis again, we will certainly come here again.
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