Had a business lunch here and the decor and athmosphere was very nice, clearly a place where politicians, diplomats, and business people like to come.
The food was fresh and good and the service was good. I had the snails which were very good and nicely served on a salt base and bread soldier; very nice and unusual surprise. Then I had the roasted bar which was delicious and very fresh. Prices are what you would expect in this type of restaurant in this area, and so not for the faint hearted.
The only downsides are, and to beware of:
- we arrived at 12:30 and for a 2 course lunch it took us 2 hours; as we were there for business it was OK as we had stuff to discuss;
- the menu has most of what you'd expect in a French brasserie restaurant without being adventerous: clearly they are trying to keep it simple for the kitchen to be able to cope with lunch rush-hour
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