the food at this delightful restaurant is so good that it is easy to overlook the superb wines and excellent service; but to be fair, the food is the star. The starters include an elegant and charming egg, lightly boiled, sitting on a bed of leek purée, with truffle shavings and a truffle emulsion; and fois gras on a corn "marshmallow" with a Banyuls and raspberries. Main courses are magnificent - the lightly-cooked veal with sweetbread rigate and fois gras emulsion is lovely; and the piglet, meat cooked 24 hours in waterbath, with a tour round the delights of the pig, and a Tio Pépé deglaze - both perfect, and perfectly light, dishes. Desserts include wonderful chocolate dishes, very precisely cooked, but also the "improbable aubergine", confit with subtle spices, in a red fruit soup, with the natural sweetness of the fruit - this is a superstar dish.
The wine list is excellent - ignore it - ask the brilliant sommelier to supply his choice of a glass of wine to suit each dish; better than anything that you or I could select
Whatever you do, keep royalty waiting while you take coffee, with a morsel from one of the slabs of home-prepared chocolate, a tiny glimpse of heaven
This Michelin-starred restaurant is not cheap, but is particularly good value; it is child-friendly, the garden is pleasant, apart from the traffic noise from the nearby roundabout; there is a tiny car park at the front, and an enormous car park at the rear (probably belongs to the helicopter airport); a great restaurant!
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