The restaurant is a quiet area. It is cozy and has a large variety of vines. The service is very good and if you are there for the first time, listen to what they recommend you. We did and it all came out very well. The food not only looks good, but tastes great. Don't expect to go there and eat a lot but rather to eat the perfect portion with the best taste. We ordered different glasses of vines (pinot gris and moelleux) and they were good and not expensive (5-7,50 euro a glass). I took Filet mignon de veau - 28 Euro and it was among the best I ever had.
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