It is a bit of a hike out to the 14th but the warm welcome and excellent food at this wonderful restaurant make the journey worthwhile. Our starters of cured fish and goats cheese were both full of flavour and interest as were our mains of lamb and chicken. Simple food just done well with a lot of attention to detail. Desserts were as good, a mandarin ice cream served with mandarins and a sumptuous chocolate fondant. The wine list is short but good. We had one of the cheapest whites ( from the Savoie) and it was very good and an excellent match for our food. There is more room than in many Parisian restaurants and, overall, we had a splendid time.
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