We were recommended to this establishement by a restauranter in Tenerife; their recommendation was spot on.
My wife and I celebrated a wedding anniversary at La Cygne. I had telephoned my reservation from the UK and we arrived a little early, but this caused no problem. Menus ranged from about E18 to E58. We dined from the E42. The restaurant is owned by a couple, where the husband does the cooking while the wife does front of house.
An amuse bouche of two dihes was served, one of slmon and the other aubergine. Welcome start. Wife had a lobster in a Thai fashion with lemongrass and soya which she said was beautiful. I had a skewer of scallops and prawns which was eqaully good. Mains were hallibut in a herb crust, found to be nicely spicey and i enjoyed calf's sweetbreads in honey and banyuls vinegar. This was followed by the cheese , my wife's a hot goats cheese and my trio of laocal cheeses. My wife enjoyed her assiette of desserts. I was less keen ( personal taste!) on a slice of brioche toasted in brown sugar with vanilla ice cream and a sauce. This is a local dish I gather.
We also had 2 kirs, wine (E30), coffee and an armagnac bringing the bill to E138. We had a most enjoyable and memorable evening lasting 4 hours.
The one downside was that service fell away when the restaurant had 2 covers and only one serving.
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