We've been there on a Saturday evening, the Maitre, Enzo is very kind and helpful, the restaurant only had 4 o 5 tables occupied that night.
Warm pleace, elegant. Comfy seats.
The quality of the food is good, we had, respectively: starter, plate and dessert.
The amuse bouche was served immediately.
Starters: Saint Jacques: slightly overcooked, but the dish was very good; the salmon trio was well prepared, though the salmon roll was present already in the amuse buche.
Plates: The Fawn was very well cooked and garnished, excellent. The Sea-Bass was chewy, overcooked, the sauce was good, but there was not enough condiment on the fish meat.
Dessert were both good (but you have to like ice cream since it was present in both of them).
We were offered a good choice of wine and the suggestion we received was good, we even had 2 glasses extra offered.
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