On the night we visited, we were the first people to arrive and the waitress/hostess (actually one of the owners) could not have been more gracious or attentive. It was obvious that she has a passion for the restaurant. Her husband, the chef, also obviously has a passion for food and creative combinations, which made for a great dinner. I enjoyed a first course of crab salad with nuts on a bed of arugula while my husband had langoustines in phyllo on a creamy corn sauce. For our main courses, I had a chicken with a champignon sauce and my husband had tempura John Dory fish, served with mashed sweet potatoes and mashed potatoes and root vegetables. The place is small but had a very warm and welcoming feel. I felt the price was very good for the quality of the food and the experience. I would definitely recommend this restaurant.
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