The setting is simply divine: the restaurant is located off the road, and is litterally hanging over a waterfall. You can see and hear its presence, which creates a heavenly sense of serenity, tranqility and harmonious oneness with nature. The service is professionally subtle and greceful. The menu is well balanced with items ranging from meats to poultry, to game to sea and lake food. The special of the day was fillet of trout with locally geown mushrooms (chantrelles) and potato puree with a very subtle souse. Before I heard the special, I aimed for the sweetbreads, which was praised in another review. I was torn between the two entrees. And the waiter suggested that he could ask the chef to make a sweetbreads appetiser, which was not on the menu. I could not be happier. Both the sweetbreads appetiser and the trout special were exquisit. The wine list was a pleasant addition to the palatable menu.
This has been one of the most memorable dinner experiences in a long while. Thank you chef Dana! I am happy to recommend this place to those appreciating fine dining and the beauty of local landscape.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.