This little restaurant is somewhat hidden and it looks like they all look from the outside. Inside on the other hand it is sort of modern chic, a little dark but elegant without being too fancy or bling or cold. The waiters look more like boody sculpured artists and the chef probably is an artist because what we were served was of unexpected quality and presentation. I have honestly not had such a fantastic Angus beef in Saint-Tropez in a while and the side orders were also of excellent quality. The beef was ordered rare in "Périgord" style (with truffles sauce) and it was topped with some duck liver, outstanding! And to finish it up I had a Café Gourmand which basically is a summary of all the deserts from the menue. The strawberries and the slighty sugared whipped cream (a dream), the tarte tatin (mouth watering), the crême brulée (piece of art) or the pineapple ice (refreshingly tasty) and the panna cotta (one of my buddies stole this one), everything of above average qulity and taste. The only downturn that evening was that after two bottles of wine they run out of stock of that one. With six guy at one table they should have warned us at the beginning. Other than that, I'll be back!
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