We arrived with no reservation and had a very nice table in the cosy garden. I had langoustines as entree and my wife had the homemade foie gras. Both were wonderful decorated dishes and the langoustines were just a point and came with a fresh salade - wonderful. But the foie gras took the price. It is by far the best foie gras I have ever tasted. Fantastic soft spicing - and though I am not the greatest fan of foie gras I would certainly choose that next time. Our main dishes were rack of lamb and a very delicat roulade of duck. And the lamb was outstanding. Dont go for anything else. You wont be disappointed. This chef knows how to cook. We had a 2010 Gigondas with the main dishes. A bit young I should say - but absolutely a good choice. And all at a very favorable price. A the young staff at the restaurant ate all very nice anf makes you feel welcome. This is a good place to enjoy a very french meal.
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