Having moved to the area in Jan 2011 - we are slowly working our way around the local eateries/restaurants.
We were welcomed by a very friendly/amiable front of house/owner, and given a choice of tables (we had booked, but being off season, this wasn't necessary - even on a Friday evening).
The first thing that struck us was the cosy interior - decorated with hunting memorabilia and old pictures. It felt like a proper French restauarnt - not themed, or over styled. Rustic.
A decent choice of around 6 salads to start (approx 8 - 10 euro), and a choice of around 8 mains (approx 12 - 20 euro) - chosen from a blackboard which was brought to the table. We got the impression that the menu changes regularly - unlike alot of other eateries in the area. (We can't confirm this yet)
I had the filet de rougets salad to start - which was huge, but delicious. The dressing was sharp, and worked great with the fish. My partner had the roquefort salad, which was equally as large, and apparantly equally as delicious.
We both opted for the Confit de Canard for our main - which was accompanied with perfect Dauphinois potatos, and an unexpected (but greatfully recieved) portion of spinach. A hearty and tasty meal.
Dessert unfortunately was not so successful. We both had Tarte au Citron - and whilst mine was good, if a little crisp, the other portion had a burnt base. We could have complained, but didn't bother - we were both pretty full already anyway.
The house red was avbailable in a pichet, but white only by the glass.
All in all an enjoyable experience. We shall go back.
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