Nice decor, old historic building. Friendly and professional staff. My wife and I had the "Menu du Palais", a 5-course degustation menu. Good vintage Champagne served as aperitif. The first course, a foie gras poelé with a parsley cream, was really heavy and not tasty at all. We left our plates almost full. The waiter tried to offer us a replacement, but we politely declined and waited for the next dish. The second dish, sea bass with a bean sauce, was the best. It was really world class. The third dish, a waygu chuck steak, was rich and tasty, but the accompaniment, a kind of celeri pure, lacked aroma. The cheese selection was excellent. The two desserts, one with fruits and basil ice cream, the other a subtle combination of crunchy and creamy chocolate, were both extremely elegant and delicious. The selection of wines (by the glass) to go with these dishes was very good. Overall parts of this dinner were a little rustic and lacked real finesse, especially the meat dish. My feeling is that we had a dinner not really matching our expectation, and also not really worthy of a 1-star in the Michelin guide.