and still just as good even if the menu has gone up 1 Euro. Nice snacks to go with our aperitif followed by cauliflower soup with a mustard sauce as an amuse. It was substantial amuse so, together with the starters all of which were tasty and a good portion then the main course became a struggle. Especially mine which roughly translated as "Pork head and Feet" This turned out to be a white and black sausage, a portion of "fromage de tete" as a cooked pate as well as a substantial round of head meat prepared in a timbale all with a tasty sauce. It must have taken quite some time to assemble and it was a shame not to finish it but it was just too much for me to eat. Well I did have to leave room for some tarte tatin which actually was probably the most disappointing dish I have had here. It just wasn't caramelised enough and the pastry base was not really up to standard. My companions were very happy with their cod loin and steak and pepper sauce followed by a selection of nougat desserts. The service as before was friendly, generally efficient and we certainly didn't feel rushed through our 2.5 hour Sunday lunch. Actually I've already booked to go back again in December with some other friends when we go to one of the close by Christmas markets for a weekend.
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