My wife raved about this restaurant due to previous experiences there, so it was meant to be one (admittedly of several) of the culinary highlights of our recent visit to Brittany. It wasn't at all bad, but it didn't live up to the price tag. We chose the 'Menu inspiration du chef', and so let them choose for us. We had John Dory and rhubarb (yes, really). Good, well executed, but I really felt that the chef was being a bit too clever. Other courses were fine. Then, what should have been the piece de resistance was the biggest let-down: a fillet of beef that was unforgivably tough.
The usual slick service you'd expect in a French restaurant, and, sitting near the herb-garden in the courtyard, a pleasant place to eat. A decent wine list with surprisingly good prices.
However, it was the most expensive meal of our fortnight in Brittany, yet it only just scrapes into the top-five.
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