The cobbled roads and the village atmosphere made an impression when we walked past one day to get some Macarons from Madelines, so we decided to have dinner there.
The whole feel was really beautiful, it's just that the food was not quite up to the setting.
All the food was French, but not up to the high quality you would get eating in France where pride and passion show in the meals.
Some of the food was actually pretty poor, but the desserts saved this from being a bitter disappointment to just a slight one.
Loved the crepe station, classic crepes suzette was the highlight for me.
We to this day think we probably should have gone to the Rio buffet, since we went to Penn and Teller that night.
No regrets, this was a visual delight, not so much a gastronomic one.
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