When our first choice restaurant was closed, we ambled down the street and around a couple of corners to find this little local spot. The emphasis is on wine, and there is a Menu du Soir. We shared an appetizer, each had a main and dessert. We choose to go with the matching wines recommended and were not disappointed. Brie with green apples wrapped in phyllo was a terrific start, my husband's duck was OK but the sweet potato casserole accompanying it was ourstanding. My steak was flavorful if a bit tough, bu the dijon sauce and the frites made up for it. The 3 mini desserts served with coffee were a high spot. Thought it a bit spendy at Euro 91.00. They charged Euro 6.00 for sparking water. We pay far less for water in Italy!
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