I wanted to visit St Julien home of one of my favourite wines. Arriving at lunchtime, the village was closed except for Le Saint Julien. Fortunately the restaurant was not busy. We had a delicious set menu for 35Euros each. Variation on oeuf florentine with lightly truufled mouse and pea puree, prawn ravioli with delicious bisque. For les plats principal, goose breast and entrectote. Then simple deserts with strawberries and a tuti fruiti nougat semi fredo. All delicious, simply presented without too much fuss, needless to say washed down with an excellent a bottle of St Julien.
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