This small but noisy restaurant has a limited menu but everything that we had was very good. For appetizers, we ordered a beet salad with turnips, goat cheese, and kale and the baked camembert with red currants sauce, grapes, and toast points. Our main courses, with glasses of very pleasant red and white wines, were a lamb (slices of lamb fillet plus pulled lamb) over peas, potatoes, and something else good and an Artic Char over coleslaw, mashed potatoes, and celery. We did not have enough room at the end for dessert. The service was pleasant and courteous. Reservations appear to be required.
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