We were fortunate enough to be able to book a dinner at this fine dining restaurant, and we weren't disappointed.
Firstly, great good! We selected the degustation menu, an 8 course delight that included combinations of seafood, duck, and fresh local produce in season. The bread was delicious too. A broad selection of wines were available, and I chose the recommended wines, which were very enjoyable and accompanied the meal fine.
Secondly, the service was outstanding. In contrast to most of our experiences with local service providers, the staff here were engaging, friendly and polite. Even the chef made an effort to say hello (which was warm and genuine).
This is what I expected of France - delicious and delicate food, wonderful service, and a traditional ambience steeped in history.
Definitely worth it!
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