We had the 95e tasting menu and were totally knocked out by what was the best pigeon dish that we have ever had. This was served as the meat main and came with a breast sliced and cooked pink to slightly underdone, perfect, and a confit of pigeon in a pastry tower, which was exquisite, the accompaniment was a small jug of almost runny mashed potatoes with garlic, but again were just perfect.
The remainder of the 7 course meal was very good, but by the time it came to the chocolate soufle, we were just about done.
There is an extensive wine list with a large range of Rhone wines, and thankfully a very helpful and knowledgeable sommelier. I was particulary impressed that having made some possible selections I was guided to a better wine that was less expensive than my selections.
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