Had a lunch with some friends there and was impressed by the very nice setting. The menu looked attractive despite the few offerings. Had a casserole with "riz de veau" and "rognons". A waiter finished the preparation of the precooked casserole at the table and did a "fambée" with some spirit. It was a great sight, however the result was rather tasteless. Probably some pure alcohol was used for the flambée and definitely too few spices were added.
A "nougat glacé" dessert was excellent. The house Shiraz was great.
One of our party had to wait too long for his dish to arrive (a steak!) so that he had to start when we had all finished, not acceptable... More