A blend of Asian and French...will this really work? Well, actually, yes it does, the cooking is excellent. It's a nice short menu...which usually helps ensure that the kitchen can maintain the freshness and quality of the dishes...and so it proved. This is not heavy, hearty fare...you won't feel like a beached whale after eating here...if you want that feeling, there are plenty of alternative places nearby.
Instead this is food cooked with finesse, satisfying, but light on the stomach...just what we needed after several nights over indulgence.
The wine list is displayed on a huge blackboard pretty much consuming the wall at one end of the restaurant. It naturally concentrates on burgundy, but there are some other offerings if you want something outside of the region. Lots of wines by the glass - so this is also a good place to sample different local burgundy's if you are planning to buy some to take home. The quality of Burgundy wine can be tricky to predict from simply reading the name (= the village where it is produced). A better indicator than the village is the name of the producer... And in this restaurant they evidently recognise this...because the wines are listed by producer first, then the village. Many of the producers listed here are within easy driving distance of Dijon...so you can sample here and next day go off and buy a few of your favourite ones!
The service was really friendly...and there were many French people eating there, who seemed to be equally enjoying the food as we were.
The only downside (and reason for 4 instead of 5 star rating) was that the two desserts on offer didn't appeal to us. I guess that's the downside of a small menu! But overall we would go back again.
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