The cheaper lunch menus are not available on Sundays, unfortunately. We decided to have just a main course each. The slow-cooked veal with apple-flavoured gravy and mushrooms was stunning. The fishy version of cassoulet was good winter comfort food, and not as fatty as the usual cassoulet. And we were also offered not only a very tasty amuse-bouche to begin with, of a shot glass of beetroot deliciousness with a mini spring roll of something seafoodish, but also a lovely nutty bit of chocolate with our coffee - so it felt like a three course meal, though one that did not weigh us down too heavily for the afternoon which was due to be spent at the Toulouse-Lautrec museum. Staff were very friendly and helpful.
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