Charlot, Roi des Coquillages
Two-floor gallery specialising in contemporary photography exhibits, with ties to Magnum Photos. It's not central, but there's an...
This large cafe-brasserie founded in 1892 is celebrated for its oysters. Great people-watching and friendly service.
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Lonely Planet review
‘Charlot, the King of Shellfish’ is an art-deco palace that is one of the best places in town for no-nonsense seafood. The platters and oysters are why everyone is here, but don’t ignore the wonderful fish soup and mains, such as grilled sardines, sole meunière and bouillabaisse.