Very beautiful restaurant with charming staff who also speak some English if you need it. A range of set menus to choose from. All are pretty expensive. Portion sizes in some cases are quite small. Some part of the set menu worked better than others for me - for example my fish main course was tiny and had a rather bitter lemon sauce with it. In a nod to local cuisine all main courses are served with aligot, a potato and cheese dish which is served with great theatrical flourish at the table. This is fun but at the end of the day it's a rather starchy, dull dish! However the next day we saw people queuing up to buy it in the Christmas market, so it obviously has a place in local hearts.
Overall, a good night out more for the service and ambiance than the food, which is good but not exceptional.
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