I always am suspicious when everyone likes a restaurant, but this place is really that good. I suspect they only book each table one time per night as they really do turn away people with no reservations. The owners are very friendly and are not afraid to make suggestions. Although my French is limited, I had fun interacting with our hostess. She told me that I could not have the bone marrow and the oxtail as that would be too heavy. She was right, the seared scallops served on an eggplant puree with a touch of mint and a drizzle of honey and white balsamic. The star was the oxtail cooked for 12 hours, boned and served with foie gras and a rich brown sauce. The wine list short but pairs well with the food. We finished with a classic Grand Marinier soufflé.
Worth the trouble making the reservation to experience such classic simply prepared food!
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