This was our first dinner at this restaurant. We had heard it was under new management and locals had recommended it to us. We were not disappointed.
We were made to feel very welcome from the outset and chose to sit outside as it was a beautiful summer evening. My French is dreadful, but I do generally understand what is said to me and our host was very patient. She spoke English but only reverted to English if I said I did not understand, which I appreciated. I do dislike it when native speakers default to English when I am making an valiant effort to speak their language. So top marks for that.
The ambience was relaxed and informal but great care was taken to present everything as one would expect in a decent restaurant.
The aperitifs (on the house) were welcome. I had Ravioli (Sweetbreads) for entree- a risk as I had never eaten sweetbreads before but this dish was very tasty, and I would highly recommend it. My dinner guest chose the white aspargus which was very good I was told.
For the main course we both had Tourte d'épaule d'agneau aux champignons de Paris. We both agreed this was outstandingly delicious. Very well presented with perfectly cooked vegetables. Magnifique!
Desserts did not fail to please us either, with a rice pudding & morello cherries for me and a mousse aux fraises. Again a high standard in both taste and presentation.
This was all accompanied with a very good local wine.
Service was attentive, friendly but not invasive- no unnecessary fussing which is always appreciated by me.
Total price- €70
I would most certainly eat here again. Congratulations to Fabienne & Alex!
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