Went there on a tuesday evening (when really a lot of reastaurants are closed) and were first attracted by their nice inviting website. This is a restaurant which is not yet mentioned in Gault Millau or Michelin, but it surely deserves to be picked up. The restaurant is located in a beautifully renovated large old house. They kept the valuable elements and modernised what was necessary. The interior design creates cosyness and restfulness. We were heartily welcomed by the hostess and accompanied to our table in the old part of the dining room. There is also a new part with a large window leading to a small town garden, where one can surely eat outside if the weather allows it. The choise of dishes is rather limited, the price is very moderate if you see what you get for your money. The menu is at 3 or 4 courses, and they probably change it each month. This was a true discovery of tastes, colours, smells, we even had some herbs or vegetables which we had never heared of. The wines to go with the dishes were perfect, the hostess gave us some explanation on each wine, our glass was filled up a few times. This is a restaurant to keep in mind for the future (we already recommended it to the hostess of B&B Kokerelle where we stayed). If they manage to continue as they are doing now, this is a restaurant one will surely hear of more.
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