While not overlooking the inviting place to come, hunger and relatively accurate prices led us to eat at this place, when we were passing through Sete. I do not know if I recommend it, but if I can say that the food was good, my husband ordered a tray of steamed mussels and a combination plate of mushrooms and a salad with liver for me. The burger of my son, the children's menu offering was not a good choice, finished eating the mussels. The end price was more than we thought it would be because refreshments turned out to cost four euros. The decor featured murals of a Spanish dancer and olé Seville.
From this restaurant, we can admire the fishermen's return at about three in the afternoon, as they come back with the daily catch. You can taste the city's specialties, including delicious stuffed mussels, and other seafood.