I went for dinner 2 days ago and received a very friendly welcome and, the place being empty because l was a bit early, l could sit on the terrace along the railing. Not willing to take an aperitif, l ordered a whole bottle of red Sancerre (33€) to drink through my 3 course dinner. To keep me waiting l was brought an appetizer consisting in a small mousse of leeks topped with some tapenade which was very pleasant to. The foie gras mi-cuit (half cooked) consisted in a very decent portion of goose liver, moist but had still several little nerves in it that are not so pleasant to pick-out. It was very bland and the accompaniments, some sea-salt, a compote of apple, finely crushed pistacios, a couple of wallnuts and 1/2 an appricot did not help to henhence the lack of taste of the liver. The main consisted in a fillet of grouper (dos de cabillaud) very well cooked served with sautéed potatoes. I was suggested to have the fresh strawberries with whipped cream on puff pastry but the berries where not ripe and not nice to eat. Service was really kind but l found that the 78.50€ l paid where too much for the quality of food l ate.
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