Overall we had a lovely lunch in this entirely wood-panelled formal dining room...which felt almost like a boardroom. The restaurant is actually located in the former private mansion of the Duke of Morny. The waitstaff were very attentive (and numerous!), the food was of a high standard, and the atmosphere, though a little subdued, was pleasant.
The creme brulee de foie gras which we had as a starter was delicious initially, but after a few mouthfuls became cloyingly rich and heavy. I think if served in a smaller quantity it would have been more appreciated.
As we had chosen the wine-matched set menu, we felt there should have been a dessert wine served along with the dessert but failed to mention it at the time..so not sure if was an intentional omission or not.
Explanations of all courses were offered cheerfully in English.
We had left our young children with a babysitter so were conscious of the time..and the entire menu was delivered promptly...no delays.
Would return and/or recommend without hesitation.
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