Under new management and the quiet, discrete service has been replaced. Perhaps it was just our waiter who thought himself above us. Another waiter we spoke to at the end of the evening, to find my hat, was far more helpful.
Overpriced for the quality now. Nobody seemed to be eating the huge Fruits de Mer platters for which it was famous, although the oysters were still amazing. Avoid the profiteroles now as the chocolate sauce is more akin to the syrup served on children's ice creams than the melted Belgian chocolate you'd expect. Even the crepes seemed to be pre-cooked.
If you used to enjoy the experience of eating there with Vincent in charge, try his new steak restaurant, "Le Golden Beef" but yards away.
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