We visited 'Au Lion d'Or' for dinner whilst staying at another of the village hotels. The hotel is an attractive building right in the village centre. The restaurant, at the back, is in a vast room which reminds one of dining on an ocean liner. Food was of a high standard and we were impressed by the complimentary 'amuse-bouches' which arrived before the starter and after the first course. The chef here is clearly serious and proud, and it showed. We had some stunning foie gras (no apologies whatever to the 'antis'!). A side-salad ordered for my wife who preferred not to have a first course was a little work of art in itself. Excellent wine-list. Pity the service was stiff and characterless (whilst nevertheless being perfectly efficient) and that there was no sign of senior support on the restaurant floor because otherwise one could easily have given this restaurant the top Trip Advisor rating .
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