I had the opportunity to eat in the famous Salle Belle Époque in the back with the beautiful 1900 vitrine. The decor is very charming and historic, which can be a bit too much for my taste but can be very impressive with its chandeliers, torsos, burgundy carpet and white tablecloths, etc. In any case what was disappointing was the food. My quiche with goat cheese and tomatoes was nice and warm but with 4 small pieces of lettuce leaves with some browning edges.my salmon was fine but quite small with no special seasoning (can be Picard quality) on top of this very tiny mount of overlooked stir fried courgettes that were bland. The desert , opera with coffee ice cream, was just way too sweet and no one at our table was able to finish. I also tasted the lemon panna cotta of my colleague but it was also far too sweet, too firm and artificially seasoned (or at least it felt like) to make it "lemon-flavored."
Overall a very disappointing experience with little attention to detail. 2 stars because I think the decor is still worth a visit. So go have an aperitif at the bar and admire the decor before heading out to another place..
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