A pure delight. We had the "Agapes" menu, which is ten courses altogether with the little miniardises to start and to finish. Each dish is very reasonable in size so the quantity is perfect. This Michelin one star chef plays wonderfully with the subtlety of the raw products (lobster, turbot fish, foie gras and pigeon) and hints of stronger tastes such as dried tomato, herbs and spices. Perfect balance is reached with tasty vegetables that sustain the taste of the meat: artichoke with the lobster, green fava bean with the fish, orange and yellow carrots with the minestrone. The whole meal was sprinkled with truffle flakes so subtle, yet present under each bite. Three wonderful breads were served together (country, grain, apricot). Fantastic local Auvergne cheeses, some of which being really rare. The strawberry sablé was perfect. The service was smooth, efficient, very nice, with no wait between dishes. A fantastic treat that I warmly recommend.
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