The restaurant has a fixed menu and changes upon some frequency. There are some fixed dishes all the time (ex: fois gras cooked with fume of a special wood, which is by the way really delicious).
The food is generally good, though I think that with one less course, it would be better (at least for me).
Ambiance is nice: a modified Japanese style.
Service is very nice too, each dish is explained.
I don’t know the price (since friend has paid the bill), so I don’t know if it worth the price but I’ll say if the price is around 60-70, it is worthy the experience.
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