We had the basic menu at 32 euros which was fabulous value - you can't say the same about the wine - which is high quality but the combination of a governent imposed multiplier and the relative strength of the euro made it exhorbitant (not just in this restaurant)
The food was delicious with an extraordinary range of textures. The cheese course and the pudding both particularly memorable: the cheese served hot in a filo pastry case with raisins soaked in marc de champagne and on a salad of leaves and walnuts, then the pud which was a parfait - so semifreddo, treated like a creme brulee so with a sugar crust, with a brandy snap biscuit and green chartreuse. Nectar!
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