Friendly reception, staff keeps a keen eye on clientele and you feel taken care of and appreciated. Well done.
The food is excellent. The starter was a delicious foie grass with wild asparagus (the chef specially collects this a few hours before in the local forest; of course this seasonal). Main course was Bresse chicken, very slowly cooked and prepared with cream based sauce and mushrooms, succulent, as tender as I have never had it before and a mousse with Brocolli. My wife had a tournedos, which was very tasty, although not as tender as she had liked it to be.
The desert was again excellent (3 chocolate preparations). The wine selection is good, and mark ups are very reasonable,
After dinner we had a friendly exchange with the chef's wife. Very approachable staff, the hotel and the restaurant were sold out for the (Pentecost) weekend. We will certainly go back for a nice lunch, but pentecost is not an option.
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