The restaurant is elegant in an unfussy way with huge windows giving onto the park of Versailles and a black and white tiled floor. This is the best bit. The service was good: one of the waiters made an effort to be friendly and pleasant, another was offhand. I started my meal with very good oysters, and my husband chose Iberian Bellota ham with melon, accompanied by a tomato crostini. The ham lacked the promise indicated in the description.The crostini added nothing. We both chose the dish of the day which was announced as pigeon, but this turned out to be legs served with braised chicory in a rich sauce. It was quite tasty but the pigeon was overcooked and we wondered if it was a retread and where the breast had gone! The dessert, on the other hand, was excellent - a sort of macaroon served with vanilla icecream. We chose a Chorey les Beaune to accompany the meal. It was a pity that the bottle was removed from the table before we had finished it since it was very drinkable. We thought the Veranda represents poor value for money give the size of the bill.
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