This was a real treat! I was greeted with a smile and offered to choose my place. Fresh cold water brought right away. Menu is also available in English. The choice of food is interesting, they also have some very nice deserts and a choice of different coffee. They are open seven days a week for breakfast (9 am) lunch and dinner, in slow season they might close at 6 pm, but generally they are open until 9 pm and even later during summer months. The terrace is furnished with comfortable seatings. There is a ramp for handicapped people. I just loved this place and my smoked-salmon sandwich with a salad was devine. A generous helping of salmon served on a finely toasted bread, with tomato, red onion slices, goat cheese and swiss cheese, salad mesclin with cubed tomatoes and a find dressing on top. When in St. Sauveur this would be a choice place to meet with friends.
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