In the Orient Bay area, this restaurant features a large bar and a dining room best suited for rainy or windy days. You'll be better off choosing one of the tables outside by the pool. The subdued lighting and the water create a tranquil atmosphere. On the menu you'll find the chef's creations of local dishes alongside other more classic ones. The "chaud froid de la mer" and the crab churros with a carpaccio of local marlin share the spotlight with a selection of foie gras from the Landes, grilled scallops and confit shoulder of farm-raised lamb. End your meal on a sweet note with one of the desserts. The "rhum arrangé" (rum infused with fruits and spices) offered at the end of the meal will help you digest.