I ate here with my wife and son on a Friday night in April.
The warm welcome we received on arrival set the tone for the whole evening: extremely attentive service, including the chef himself introducing his daily specials to us. The ambiance of the place was relaxed and comfortable.
The food, however, was just a little flat. The foie gras was a little too sweet and the snail starter lacked seasoning. The beef main course was fine but not more than that and the puddings were not very memorable. The cheese was good, though, and the wine list comprehensive.
Vital statistics: 4 courses for 2 and 3 for 1 plus 2 bottles of wine: €171.
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