We lived in Larochette for the spring and summer of 2013, and we often looked for opportunities to go to this restaurant. We finally made it in the late spring, and we never felt the need to go back. We arrived in the early evening and only had desserts and drinks, and the service was borderline rude. The TV, which is in the seating area, was on when we arrived, and they looked shocked that we were more interested in talking than watching TV. They wouldn't turn the TV off, though the only person watching it was the waitress, who sat down to watch it at an adjacent table. We had trouble concentrating on our own conversation because of the TV, and they compromised with us by turning down the volume, but we still found ourselves distracted. Throughout our visit, the waitress was not very communicative, to the point that it felt like she thought she was doing us a favor by letting us be there. There were good things, though, and if you want to dine in a lovely place and don't mind disdainful service, then this is the place for you. The desserts were beautifully presented and tasty. There was a wide selection of drinks, and they were available quickly. Great location near the square and at the foot of the walk up to the castle.
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