Had lunch here today on the terrase. The waiter was friendly and the area was lovely. We ordered a la carte since the lunch menu was not that interesting (gazpacho, smoked salmon and peaches for desert for 34 euros). Our lunch started with olives and an amuse bouche (basically a red gazpacho and smoked salmon of the lunch menu) My first course were the shrimp, which was nice, but there were only two shrimp for the high price. My wife took the green gazpacho of the lunch menu. It was fine, but not overwhelming. For our main, she had the rouget with pimentos. She liked it well enough, but as is often with rouget (red mullet) it was far too fishy for me). I had the cannette with peaches and ginger. this could have been a knock out dish, except that the duck was over-cooked, a sin for a french chef. The wine was fine, but unmemorable. We ordered sparkling water and were brought Badoit (our nickname for this is Bad Water). The waiter never mentioned they also had chateldon which we prefer. We did not take dessert or coffee, still the bill was 168 euros. We just ate lunch at a one star Michelin in ROme with what turned out to be a 4.5 course tasting menu for the same price. The novelty of the food there and the perfect preparation put today's meal to shame. The setting at La Maison Jaune is lovely; however, the value is not good. Thus, I would spend less elsewhere for an equal or better meal.
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