Lovely restaurant, very welcoming. It was a bitterly cold night and the food was perfect for the weather. I had a salad of pork cheeks which had the most wonderfully melting texture, braised veal knuckle with Puy lentils and a vibrant cherry soup with Marc de Bourgogne sorbet. The patron was absolutely charming, and when I asked a couple of questions about how the food was cooked, he asked the chef to come and explain. Chef was extremely generous with information about the food, and gave me a taste of the Nectar de Bourgogne that features in some of the dishes. I am so glad that we chose to eat here - it was a great evening.
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