It's hard to beat a location overlooking a lake with a cable-ski facility. Imagine a Summer afternoon sipping a few drinks eating a tapas snack or an ice-cream while entertainment is provided gratis.
The food in the restaurant is excellent also. After our afternoon visit to the terrace, we came back later to dine in the inside restaurant by a window with a view of the action in the twilight.
La Presqu’ile has a range of set menus including Menu de Jour at lunch €13.
At lunch and dinner - Menu du Chef €23; Menu traditional €28; Menu Saveurs €36. Prices vary with the number of courses chosen.
La Presqu’ile is open every day for lunch and dinner from May to September and from Wednesday to Sunday during the cooler months.
Parking close by. Location is an easy walk from town and port.
Toilet with access for people with a disability.
Staff were very helpful and the English-speaking Maitre-d was an excellent host injecting a deal of fun in helping us choose our meals.
see map on intro page above for location
Favorite Dish: I was delighted with my food selection having a starter of ham salad - Salade d'automne (salade, pommes, noix, jambon sec, morceaux de rigotte) and a main of parmentier of lamb confit.
My companions and I all chose from the menus. Two of us had two courses - two had three. Drinks included kirs, beers and a half litre of wine. Grand total was €114. We estimated an equivalent meal for four people back home in Brisbane would have cost double that amount.
There was no faulting the quality and presentation of the meals. The photographs tell the story.
I do not hesitate to recommend a visit.