Have eaten twice here and the food has been great both times.
On this occasion we both had the Brie with cepes to start. One of the best cheeses I have ever tasted....and yes this is a cheese restaurant and you can eat it for every course if you wish!
For the main we had the Linguine Gregoire, the house special, where the pasta is tossed in a hollowed out Parmesan cheese and flambeed with cognac..delicious. However if you like Risotto do yourself a favour and have the Risotto with green peppercorns, it really is sublime.
Oh and the dessert, the Tarte Citron, unlike any I have ever tasted in France but mouthwateringly good.
A word of caution, there are numerous wines and they are big on organic, the first time we went we allowed the waiter to pair a wine with our meal, which we found sour and unappetising. On our second visit we choose a bottle that was cloudy and tasted of apples- not good. I would recommend buying by the glass to avoid a costly mistake.
As other reviewers have described, the ambience is quite special and the food good value. Go there!
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