Le Gai Moulin Restaurant
I was still learning French when we visited Le Gai Moulin Restaurant, so my now-husband, who was my boyfriend at the time, had one heck of a time trying to explain the menu to me in English. The restaurant was very busy when we went here, but we weren't packed in together like a bunch of sardines, thankfully. For around twenty Euros per person, we could order an entrée, a main dish and dessert of our choices. I started out with a salad which was served with goat cheese, then I had chicken breast with a delicious orange sauce and for dessert, crème brûlée, which has become my absolute favorite dessert since my arrival here in France! The portions are very generous here, so you get your bang for your buck!