We booked a table for four, sunday Noon - you need to book if you go Sunday. We had to wait 20 minutes before they came to take our order in spite of having asked three times. I would not say the staff is "friendly", they provide service, period. There is a fixed menu on weekends, 30€ for apetizer, entrée, cheese, AND desert. Cannot go for less!! We had Terrine campagnarde, rabbit confit in Amora sauce, pork loin, and one ordered porc "cheek" which was in the menu but no longer avaialable. We had one chocolate and speculos terrine, one tiramisu, one pineapple puff, and one panacotta for desert, trying thus all the deserts in the menu. One bottle of a côteau de Loir wine (local), a bottle of Badoit water, and three coffees. We paid 148.5€. I'd say that having tried other similar restaurants in the area, this on is among the best. But nothing that would be worth a detour I'd say. The sauces are too thick, the garnish the same for all courses: a roasted 1/4 small squash, two small carots, two flat peas, one half small potato, one half small purple potato.
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