|Mairé: village square with auberge across the street|
It is one of those typical French places; it combines a tabac, cafe, restaurant and hotel all rolled into one. The proverbial little white vans [well they were green that day] were parked outside which means 99% of the time there's a bon rapport qualité/prix [simple but good food and value for money].
|Appearances can be deceptive--it looked as if it could have been closed, but most certainly wasn't!|
Now as regular readers will know we're hopeless at photographing food in eateries. For some reason neither of us have ever felt comfortable doing so--no particular reason, we just don't. However, we can tell you what we had:
|Mairé: rue du vieux port|
starter part II: a very soft boiled egg sat on top of an artichoke heart and slice of ham topped by home-made mayonaise. This was without doubt the star of the show!
main course: pork chop with sauteed potatoes [there was also a fish option which we didn't go for]
dessert: a slice of apple crumble cake
we both decided to have a coffee afterwards.
|Mairé: church, sadly locked|
Afterwards we tried to have a look inside the church but sadly it was locked.