We heard of Ooh La La from our hosts at The Inn at Fawnskin. We were using our anniversary as an excuse for visiting the area (we have a long list of reasons to get out of town but this was more special).
I'm a wildlife photographer and was bent on getting some shots of the Bald Eagles that frequent the area, but enough about that.
Dining begins with a delicious round of appetizers that change from day to day, followed by a choice entrees that will drive you nuts while deciding on your selection.
This is followed by more of Chef Guillaume's mastery in the delightful desert course which, because our B&B hosts put them up to it, came with a personal touch.
While the wine list is decent, the prices seem a bit steep so we stopped by Stater Bros and grabbed a bottle of Apotheic Red at around $7 (buy four, you'll like the stuff) and paid the $15 corkage fee. We left filled with gustatory pleasure.
I'm posting images of the menu but it does change from time to time,