Me and my friend went to Cavalier during their business menu on a Friday. We ordered the roquefort salad and Foie Gras "Cavalier" for starters and for the main course Shrimps in a Copper Pan and Veal Filet in Peppercorn Sauce.
The salad was a great disappointment, it reminded me something that would be served in a coffee shop and not a very good one. The Foie Gras was really nice, though we couldn't finish it because of the great amount of butter that it contains.
The main courses were much better. The Shrimps were fresh and you could feel it in their flavors. The filet was done precisely as ordered, and the meat was full of flavors.
For the dessert we ordered Red fruit vachrin, despite the look it was amazing.
I think the main problem of this restaurant is that they have a bit old school perception about food and how it suppose to look and taste.
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