The restaurant is good,but not a Michelin contender,nor unique in any fashion, nor particularly "intimate". Even with a modest,by the glass wine choice,it's a 100Euro experience,without a feeling of "wow" at the end.After 2 months of further travel in France ..I'd say the restaurant was at best average...service slacked off late in the evening( as the important folks left) ..the clatter of servers chatting and dishes being cleared,stacked,smacked around ended any romantic ambience. It was a jarring change of service.
There is no where else nearby to eat, other than a local (untried gourmet restaurant 0.8km away). It is the only restaurant in France where I have had to suffer "fried foie gras"..which tastes like pink rubber erasers from grammar school.
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