I've been coming here for years and this restaurant seems to go from strength to strength. There is a good choice on the menu but our group of 4 last night chose the beef - either filet de boeuf or chateaubriand , which we usually do. It really is superb and the quality of the meat is consistently excellent and is cooked and presented to perfection , with a delicious sauce.
There is a good wine list of local and French wines and we chose a particularly good Croze Hermitage which was a perfect accompanyment to the beef.
Tip. The amuse bouches are so good and copious that a first course is really not necessary.
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