We have been to this somewhat out of the way address several times before when it was Diamant Noire. It was a very good restaurant then, and the new restaurant and new owners have, if anything, upped the standard. Truffles still play an important part in the recipes. The interior is simple and soothing and suggests you are dining in a country home.
The tasting menu, ranging from 55 to 85 Euros, depending on how many courses you wish to have with black truffles, is very fairly priced for this high price ingredient. More importantly, all the dishes are deftly and deliciously prepared and not just dependent on the truffles. One doesn't have to have truffles here, there are other viable choices on the menu.
There are a limited number of choices for each course, but that is perfectly sensible for a small restaurant. The wine list offers a decent choice of whites, reds and rose's. You should come away from this restaurant feeling that you have dined well, among an agreeable and unpretentious clientele and staff, that your business has been appreciated, and that you have gotten good value. We look forward to coming back.
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