The meal itself was pleasant enough, and certainly well worth the 21 Euros. A terrine, then lamb and Profiteroles to finish, with half a bottle of wine. Nothing exceptional, just reasonable food at good value.
As I left the restaurant just over an hour later, the number of people had thinned slightly, but was still a fair crowd, the bands were still playing and the vendors were still vending. The only place I saw packing up for the evening was "Hamburger Quick".
The other notable aspect of this town is the friendly, relaxed atmosphere. It's got nothing of the arrogance of Paris, or the aggression of London. I've not felt threatened in any way walking around the streets in the evenings. It's nice to be able to just sit back and not worry about anything.