We ate inside on this visit as it was too cold to eat in the lovely garden which is a feature of this place. However, the dining room was perfectly OK: spacious and well stocked with contemporary paintings.
My starter was a warm salad of foie gras served with spring asparagus and a dark, caramelised sauce. Really very good and the asparagus perfectly cooked. My wife had the lobster raviois which were sensational.
Our main course was slightly more complicated and a test of skill: turbot stuffed with squid, baby leeks and vegetable wafers. The turbot was perfectly cooked and the whole dish looked and worked perfectly.
A wider selection of desserts than we'd seen locally, including a carpaccio of pineapple.
Atmosphere was relaxed and service attentive (if a little theatrical, with the main server putting on and taking off white gloves to serve or take away plates/take orders!) and very friendly and informal. At EU 190, reasonably priced for a meal of this quality with a bottle of ice cold albarino
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