My wife and I and a guest ate there on Monday 1 March, It is in the old town, just round the corner from the cathedral. We were the only customers, and it was empty when we left at 20.45. The furnishings of black and cream, with some pleasant paintings are very civilised. We had the snails in a sauce plus coquilles St Jacques in a souffle. Both were delicious. The selection of fried fishes defeated the appetite of our guest. Service was quiet and efficient. It would have been nicer had there been other people too but we would happily eat again. For two courses and wine we paid EUR 111 for 3
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