Popped in for a small lunch of a couple of entrees, some water and wine. We had the terrine du lapin and the terrine du saint-jacques, with half a litre of house wine. The terrines were packed full of flavour and the service friendly but discreet. Lovely views and the village as a whole just teeth-itchingly beautiful!
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