We arrived quite late a Monday evening, only one couple sitting on the "terrace". The waiter was very friendly, and made a good impression. L'escargot, coq-au-vin, and a sorbet, plus another starter and lamb was ordered, accompanied by wine and beer.
The starters were tasty, just average. Unfortunately, the main courses weren't what we expected from the French cousine. The cock was very plain, not much taste, I think it should reflect that it's a Bourgogne specialty, and the lamb didn't taste like or have the texture of lamb at all. Having had much better food in France, this will get a lower comparative rating.
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