The establishment is quite small, maybe a dozen tables plus a terrasse, run by a delightful husband-wife tandem. Their speciality appears to be sous-vide, and the food was spectacular. All their ingredients are locally sourced, and prepared on-site (with the exception of bread). I started with a tomato stuffed with quinoa, feta and olives, and finished with a lovely cut of Black Angus 1885 (with one of the best jus reductions I've ever had) with mushrooms and string beans. My girlfriend enjoyed a green salad (fresh, crunchy, refreshing), followed by salmon with quinoa and tomatoes. For dessert, I had a glorious pouding chômeur and she had a pistachio crème brûlée. The wine list is quite delightful, though we didn't splurge much on wine – she had a glass of a nice French sauv blanc, I had a biodynamic French syrah. I don't much care for biodynamic wines, but this one worked with my steak. Anyway, the meal was great, the owners are charming and delightful, I can't recommend this place enough.
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