Food and drink
How do you describe a menu that offers an excellent cream soup of marrow and toasted almonds for nine euros, delicious scallops with leeks and prawns in a Noilly sauce at sixteen euros and one hundred grams of Beluga caviar a two hundred and twenty euros? Not easy. And the wine list is equally eclectic; a Louis Roederer Brut Cristal Champagne at 250 euros, or a Krug Rose for a mere five hundred euros, a snip when compared with the Petrus 2007 at a price that shivers the spine, alongside a very acceptable local wine for a tantalising twelve euros? And perhaps that’s the joy of La Sort, outrageous extravagance or a modest celebration, it’s there for you. And no matter how deep your pockets, the situation and service are equally enchanting.
You know you are somewhere special but without the incumbent intimidation.
Totally top-of-the-peg and professional. You are made to feel important, whether you are salad and a local wine or high roller.
A couple of minutes stroll from the beach after your coffee and brandy.
The enviable reputation and excellent carta comes at a price. This is for a major celebration, more than a quick snack.
- Special occasions