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Trip Report Lunching in a restaurant like a local in Ste Maxime

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For those who want to live like a local and eat excellent seafood I recommend 'chez Daniel' in Ste Maxime (locals say Maxime).
It is in the covered market at the outskirts of the center.
They have room for about 15 people so do reserve.
We got fantastic oysters, clams, crab pincers and bulots.
With a muscadet quite acceptable.

Be prepared to kiss the owners when living if they like you!

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