Either Michelin dropped their standards when awarding stars, or we were simply unlucky on our recent visit. All 4 of us had the Menu Retour du Marche, very competitively priced at 50 Euros (without service).
Amuse-Bouche was very goodt. Rabbit pate as starter was rather mediocre. The in-between Lobster Cappucino was very tasty and for me the best course. As main course 3 of us had the calf kidneys in an onion basket topped with mashed potatoes flavoured with horse raddish - the course was very good, but not really exciting. The 4th person was happy with her Maigre, but did not think that is was overwhelming. By the way, the bread was rather cold and hard.
Despite saying on the Menu something like "Choice of Desserts/or Cheese Selection", we were informed that no dessert was included in the menu. They did, however, serve nice chocolate truffles and petits fours with coffee.
The wine list is very good, prices are on the high side. Service was good, but somehow - as mostly in France - too much fussing around. I hate it when every course is explained in detail whether you want to know it or not.
Nice touch: The ladies received a little bag of self-made chocolate truffles after we had settled the bill.
All in all a pleasant evening, but I would not go out of my way to visit the Cygne again.