10 tables in a tiny restaurant. The interior is pure French shabby chic. Nothing really matches, yet everything magically does! The menu is fairly small (always a great sign in a small place) with about 6 or 7 starters and 8 mains and desserts. The food made me think I was at someone's home, in the very best sense. As the dishes were being cooked, one could catch the delicious aromas floating into the dining room. The tableware, glassware and cutlery was all beautiful and mismatched like the decor. The food was rustic, but simply stunningly presented. This is a modest place, but one can feel the care and love that has gone into every aspect. We had been in France for almost a month at this point, and I have to say that all in all, this is one of the meals I enjoyed the most.
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