This is a lovely, classic French restaurant in an old timbered building. We were greeted warmly on a chilly, wet evening. After an aperitif, a lobster ravioli amuse-bouche appeared, which was delicious. We chose the gastronomique menu, which was a mistake, only because it was too much to eat! Two fish courses, a meat course and dessert. All of it was delicious, however. We chose wine by the half bottle to go with the fish and meat. We were not disappointed by the sommelier's recommendations. We would go back any time.
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