This Michelin one star restaurant lives up to its credentials. It is small, stylish and chic with matching food of a very high standard. There are stunning amuse bouche to tempt the palate. We then chose grenouilles in a chorizo sauce with figs for one entreé and fois gras in two ways... Glacé and cuit, followed by exceptional turbot in a mushroom velouté. Desserts were delicious too. We called our short holiday our ' art and history' tour! And this meal was art on a plate...high prices as we chose off the carte. We could have had equally good food on the €48 menu,I am sure. Perhaps next time.
Oh..yes. We only booked the same day too.
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