The fascinating promise that this place helds because all of the artists and writers that dined there is fully kept by the delicious and well prepared food.
The table setting is charming and the dehors is the perfect setting for a nice dinner. We had oysters, raw turbot and the boullon as starter. For main, the Hemingway filet is cooked in front of you with a delicious bourbon sauce. The chicken was marinated and incredibly tender. For dessert we had the chocolate in three states that does not need a description, and the tarte tatin.
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