We went on the back of the reviews but were hesitant because of the pictures and when arriving doesn't look very much. Once inside you are pleasantly surprised. It is a beautiful cosy quirky restaurant full of art and treasures. The chef is also an artist and his wife his wife is front of house. She spoke excellent English to make up for our lacking French. They were extremely welcoming, we had 5 children dining with us but they gave them little chocolates to take home. the food was beautiful and great local wine. Highly recommended as a great place to visit for something a bit special.
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