We had lunch here on a brilliantly sunny day in November. It was warm enough to sit on the terrace. The view was breathtaking! Seriously breathtaking. And the food was very good. The prix fix menu was 65€ for three courses - an entree of foie gras with fresh figs, a fig chutney and delicious cranberry/pistachio toasts, a main - three scallops with a foam jus, six pieces of what we think were some kind of a root veg and a few small puddles of whipped potatoes - again, all very tasty but very, very small. I'd say the main was an appetizer size. Dessert was a very delicious chocolate concoction made up of a crispy bottom layer with chocolate mousse covered in a dark chocolate ganache on top of which were placed small square sheets of more dark chocolate. We had a half bottle of wine and espresso. The coffees were 7€ each. Total bill came to 179€.
We've eaten at Michelin stared restaurants and restaurants with a simple blackboard menu out front. This wasn't our most memorable meal by any means but it was certainly one of our most memorable meals in terms of the overall experience. Worth the price.
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