We ate twice at this restaurant during a battlefield tour - once as a group of five, and again as a party of 23 for the last night dinner. I have eaten here many times before on battlefield tours. As a party of four, the food was pretty good and we were not charged for our aperitif (presumably as we had just booked for 23 people for later in the week). Food was its usual good quality (but possibly not as good as the price might suggest) and the cheeseboard is excellent. Menu is characterised by regional specialties (flan de Maroilles - a local cheese, andouilletes etc.) My friends had Andouillette (x 2) and cod whilst I had Ris de Veau (sweetbreads) The sweetbreads were plentiful, but in a very rich cream sauce, which I found hard to finish.
For our last night dinner we had a set menu of Flan de maroilles, Pork Cutlet and dessert plus (rather mediocre) wine and coffee - all for 30 euros
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