We had read good reviews of this charming restaurant so decided to try it out. First impressions were good. It is a pretty restaurant very much in the tradition of French rural restaurants. There was a daily menu but we were not tempted by the choices of food on offer, so we opted for the rather more expensive choice. The quality of the ingredients was high and the bread and coffee were excellent. Portions were generous.
Now for the not so good. The waitress was not dressed in a manner commensurate with the prices or the supposed quality. Unfortunately she was also suffering from a cold. The portions were actually too large and over-elaborately dressed, looking rather 1980's. We were surprised to see carrots served with salmon. The menu, which was built up to be very interesting was actually quite traditional local fare.
To sum up. Good food, well cooked but not good value for money, with two courses costing a set €30 or three for €33. We had the two course option, some not very good table wine and a coffee and left after paying €40 per person in total.
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