Decided to give Le Presbytere a try having seen more favourable reviews and looking for a quality restaurant in the area as our favourite is moving soon.
We had booked in advance and we're pleased we had as the restaurant filled up during the evening. The set menu was short with 3 choices for each course ( a good sign showing that the food should be fresh). Starters were marinated salmon, prawns in a veloute, mains were sea bream, sturgeon cheese, puds were apricot crumble, meringue
And mousse. A seasonal menu, each course was well cooked and attractively presented on the plate. cheeses to share ( a nicely presented plate of 7 cheeses) were added.
With house wine and coffees the price was 162€ for 4 people - good value for a restaurant with V&B plates which is obviously aiming high - good luck - we will be back.
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