We were in the area on a vintage/classic car tour. Initially we tried to find somewhere to eat in town but couldn't find any parking. Gerty Garmin suggested Le Pescador so we tried it. Ample parking was the first plus, a warm greeting from Juliem was the second. Great atmosphere, we were just two of us but it seemed very family friendly, we appeared to be the only Brits, all others appeared local. We were guided through the menu by a lovely young lady whose name,sadly, we don't have but she was excellent. We chose the menu and decided on the buffet starter, a huge pot of simmering fish soup and an amazing buffet, many cold meats and terrines,smoked salmon etc. A huge variety of salads etc. After partaking we were enthusiastically encouraged to return for more ! The locals certainly took advantage !
The second time we ate there the menu offered fresh trout. As we were completing our first course we noticed a young man going out with a net, minutes later he came to the table with two live trout in the net. Within minutes they were on the table.Delicious! Then the service really came to the fore. Maisie has some manual difficulties ( rheumatoid arthritis ) which had obviously been noticed on our first visit. Very discretely Juliem offered to help and displayed great professionism by very skilfully removing the bones. It was much appreciated. All in all a very enjoyable experience. Thanks guys !