My wife and I were at last able to get a table here, as we are now retired and could go mid-week. We were greeted at the door and shown to our table. The restaurant was almost completely full but our drinks and the menus were promptly brought. We had some of their delicious homemade bread with dips to start while we were waiting for the first course. My wife had goat's cheese soufflé and I had the charcuterie, a fine selection of preserved pork meats.
For the main course we both had lobster thermidor, which came with skinny fries and Caesar salad. It was wonderful to taste such fresh lobster, as being so far from the sea here most fish is a week old before we get it. The owner obviously has some good contacts in the trade. We chose a Rose wine from Provence to go with our meal. The wine list is the size of a small novel with a huge range of all types to choose from. For dessert my wife had coconut panacotta with pineapple thinly sliced underneath, and a mango sorbet on the side. I had the poached pear with vanilla ice cream and warm ginger and butterscotch sauce. With our coffees afterwards we got a generous portion of a wonderfully smooth fudge. I can't fault this restaurant in any way. The food and staff were excellent. Some people might baulk at the price, but take it from me, you get what you pay for, and this was well worth the money. We hope to eat here again soon.
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