We have eaten at this restaurant many times and now that the co-owner Roger is in the kitchen it's turning out some of the best food I've eaten in France. Inside the setting is really lovely. Outside is a bit industrial but you only eat outside if the sun is shining so probably won't notice. This visit we had the set lunch menu; there is no choice but for non red meat eaters they will usually find an alternative - I suggest you check what's on before you eat. Also it can get busy at certain times of the year so it's worth booking. The set lunch is 20 euros and we had a pork main and a trio of puds: raspberry smoothy, tiramasu and a pana cotta. You also get a selection of breads with different butters and oil, a coffee and a glass of wine. The pork was beautifully cooked and impeccable sourced. The desert was excellent and any of the three puds would have been enough on it's own.
Of an evening there is a four course menu for 55 euros. For the quality of food this is very good value. My only reservation is the price of the wines.
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