Wonderful old 12th century monastery setting inside and meat cooked over open fires for a smoky taste, and which reminds me of the saying that in Native American, Vegetarian is just another word for bad hunter.
Large stuffed Limousin cow in middle of the restaurant is an unusual quirky feature and scared the hell out of our dogs.
This place is a meat lover's dream with a large variety of cuts to choose from.
My beef consommé entree was very good, as was my wife's leek salad, and our filet steaks were tender and tasty.
Service was very good ... we actually had our same waiter as last evening from sister restaurant "Le 27".
Wine list varied and will suit all tastes and wallets.
Lots of parking in streets around the area.
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