If the price tag doesn't stop you, read on. We had menu, together with a couple amuse bouche and migardise - even the hefty appetites will be satisfied.
Foie gras polee starter was nice. Cod with truffles and potatoes was a revelation; the cochon/pork cutlet looked well-done, but was somehow wonderful, perhaps it was the lighting that deceived me. The fraise du bois dessert was nice as well.
So 2 superlative courses, and two competent courses; much better than your average restaurant.
Wine list was quite nice.
The ambiance was end of summer, and we dined outside on the patio. We could have been in California except that the food was better and service and details was superb rather then "HI, my name is Bob, I'll be your server tonight."
A bit of French will help, but English-only speakers need not be afraid, the staff can translate and menu comes with mostly accurate translations. English speakers don't get offered the cheese course, and menu eaters will probably be too full. Navigating the roads will be a bigger problem.
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