great and interesting food, obviously expensive but didn't feel like being ripped off, as service was very good, not too aloof, conversational etc. Particularly enjoyed the sousvide meat course, and in fact every other course. Had done the Stage 1 of TdF that day (96 miles in the rain with my 13 yr old), and to be honest the thought of tiny plates of food as we entered didn't seem that good an idea, but we more than made up for that with copious and delicious bread - 3 types. Good deserts and great wine list. go for the flight of wine, and try some great combinations
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