The restaurant is warm and welcoming... Some ham hang close to the fireplace come to dry and age... All wooden furniture... Waiters ready to help! It was (very) crowded on that evening but on our table (4 adults, 3 kids), we could speak to each other without any problem. For starters, some had the fois gras, some the boudin, all excellent with a surprising touch of 'not seen before'. For main course, we tried several (of which the hog) but this undisputed best went to the "quenelles de brochet" (fish), superb and tasty, a real news to the table! Desserts were good but the the cheese plateau was such more attractive and really offering a variety of tastes and possibilities with for each a *** selection. Nice wine list, and manageable on a budget.
Kids had their own menu and loved the gratin and meat, all very fresh and giving that lovely feeling of 'homemade'... Really worth the while; reservation recommended.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.