As soon as we walked through the door we felt even more that we were in England, it was very authentic, very good fish and very large portions. The English(Bombarder) beer wasn't bad either.
You can' find chips like this in France.
You can't eat Fish & Chips without trying some mushy peas. Their home-made tartare sauce was just amazing, yet another thing on my list to try and make at home.
Marie-Kate's favourite restaurant, and Alain loved it too.
As for price, we paid £56, it was less expensive than Wahaca, however we didn't have a dessert nor wine, we did share two bottle's of Bombarder beer though.