If you are accompanied by your dog-friend, be careful how you ask permission to let your dog wait for you OUTSIDE the restaurant’s terrace. We were ready to get sited for lunch while one of us preceded to tide our dog in the grassy and shady area OUTSIDE their outdoor section of the restaurant. And then, there was a circus evolving. An older heavy guy, manager? (I will not call him a gentleman), plus an older blond female, senior waitress? (I will not call her a lady), plus a whole 2-3 employers posted themselves to watch the spectacular procedure of letting our dog take the “down” position in order to wait patiently for us to enjoy the lunch (we would have been in an eye-contact with each other). There were in stand-by, ready to jump position, to rescue the premises from an inappropriate dog-behavior.
In conclusion, at this restaurant, do not expect dog-friendly accommodation (again, outside any other clients, out of view of other customers, not in the restaurant area, etc). Do expect bulging eyes, similar with guard eyes, watching your benign gestures to put the dog out of site and reach for other clients but in a comfy position for him/her, in order to wait for you.
By the way: the food is more then mediocre. And I say this not because of the incident with the dog. Just because the food was uninspired, the French fries were soggy, the fish dry and with no appropriate spices, and the beer was warm.