The restaurant is very small with tables being very close to one another. It has more of a bistrot atmosphere than a gourmet place. However, the food is very good and so is the service. We enjoyed our stay there very much. The quality of ingredients was excellent and the preparation well executed. The food is traditional with classic French preparations. There are no modern elements to the dishes, which is fine. Meat and seafood-dishes were prepared a point. The wine-list is very well sorted and reasonably priced. A 4-course menue with wine-pairing sets you back between 60 and 70 euros per person.
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