This is a Michelin two star establishment with commensurate pricing. We have eaten in many two stars in Europe and this is our least favorite. Everything was good, there can be no doubt, but nothing was outstanding either in conception, taste or presentation. What is more, we did not care for their way of running the beginning of the meal. they present a list of amuse-bouche on the table then ask what aperitif you want and then serve each morsel one by one, taking a long while, all this before giving you the menu.As an extremely experienced restaurant-goer, I have never seen this. the actual interest of the amuse-bouche was not great. Nothing bad, of course We had the Menu Decouvertes at 104 euros and were not impressed by the pintade (guinea-fowl) dish frankly. And cheeses would have been a 25 euro supplement; Somehow I get the feeling that M Aribert has calculated his profit margins a bit too obviously. To his credit there were four small desserts; Then the waitress, not very smiley, by the way said " we are going to serve you mignardises, would you like a coffee or after dinner drink on the terrasse?" Somehow this did not sound right. No generosity on the mignardises, either. All in all honestly, I would personally not make a trip here to eat, two stars or not. The view on the garden is nice, of course.
There seemed to be lacking generosity in the whole conception.
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