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Café des Chineurs

Café des Chineurs
28 Rue Aubernon
06600 Antibes

Tel.: 04 93 34 57 58

29th August 2001

The final night of our holiday in Antibes saw us back in the old town, where we tried the Café des Chineurs.

A couple of Pastis while we perused the menu. Neither Marg nor I had a starter - again it was too hot to sustain a decent appetite!

We both went for simple dishes - Marg for Chicken, me for Steak. A half-litre pitcher of the house red was adequate, and the meal was totally satisfactory.

One point which annoyed us - but other may find appealing - is that "wandering minstrels" are a constant distraction, and can sometimes be quite persistent. Tonight, though, the entertainer was an old man with a zither, which I quite enjoyed - so much so that he got a tip out of me!

As Marg had been looking forward to a Gauffre, and this was our last night she decided to try one, even though she was full. I joined her with a Crème Caramel. Both were more than acceptable, and we left feeling quite satisfied.

Pastis
Cuisse Poulet
Noix d'Entrecote
Half litre pitcher red wine
Half litre water
Crème Caramel
Gauffre sucre
Coffees
257FF (£25.02)

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Café des Chineurs

Total Score: 78%
Quality: Good
Service: Exceptional
Facilities: Average
Ambience: Average
Value: Good

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