Visited to celebrate a brithday and was not disappointed. The service on arrival was friendly and polite, taking our jackets and seating us
The menu was seasonal. Starters arrived with an excellent white wine selected, since we asked to the waiter to choose a suitable drink. Sea bream tartare in an asparagus veloutee...Amazing. Fricassée de veau and hazelnut with puree sweet potato..delicious. Main dishes were lamb shank confit with mustard lentils of a sizable portion and Omble Chevalier -a local trout like fish- with fennel mousse puree, a foam of a lemon taste and a delicate potato thing. This was heavenly. The red wine that accompanied the main dishes was superb!
The service was great. It was pleasantly busy that evening and the service never wained.
Will be returning!!
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