This restaurant has it all. Charm and very good food, and friendly service. We especially like the format of either 4, 5, 6 or even 7 course dinners from their table d'hote menu. I had quail on a bed of snow peas served hot with a delectable sauce and my husband had duck foie gras with a chaser of ice cider. Then we had escargots, in a copper pan with mushrooms and another delicious garlic sauce [ not the usual garlic butter]. Then after a sorbet to cleanse the pallet, I had canard a l'orange and my husband had bouillabaise. Presentation as well as tast were excellant. I skipped desert but my husband had creme brule. This has become our favorite restaurant in an area renowned for good restaurants.
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