It was a bit random how we ended up at Le Mazurier, and although the view was not what we were looking for, hunger was stronger, and we didn't see much in the area on a Saturday afternoon. It has a pure tourist restaurant from the 60s with a bit rococo inside, red velvet, stained wood, the outside just an awning and some tables in plan terrace. With food, I must admit we made a good choice, excellent quality, quantity and price. My son went for a pot of mussels with fries, a St. jacobo for me and my husband a combo plate, ... was it Hunger? I do not know, we didn't eat everything. The count rose to about 40 € including drinks, good service, and although the decor, the place was clean.
A small bar, where we ate delicious thin-crust pizzas with great toppings. A wonderful atmosphere, and we loved the decor. Thierry and Christine are very passionate about their work, and will do whatever they can to make you happy.