Small restaurant. Nicely decorated and cool transparent chairs. The kitchen is an open kitchen in the already small dining room. It causes some noise, but, more annoying, a smell. And when I am eating my dessert, I don't want the distinct smell of shallots from someone else's onglet that's being prepared.
They offer a three course meal at €35, which is rather cheap, but for a lot of items on the menu you have to pay a supplement. I had a salad with asparagus, followed by a classically prepared onglet (with shallots and red wine) and cheese for dessert. I didn't like the salad which had an overly sharp vinegar dressing and undercooked asparagus. The onglet was nicely prepared, but looked like it was thrown on my plate. They should definitely pay more attention to the presentation of their dishes. I didn't like their selection of French red wines, which was very limited.
I left with mixed feelings as did the rest of my party of 6. The service was ok, but a little cold, I didn't like the open kitchen, but the main course was good. It is more upscale and expensive than a brasserie, but it is nowhere near expensive fine dining. I would give the restaurant another try for a casual dinner.
You should definitely make reservations well in advance, because the restaurant is almost always fully booked.
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