Rare night out without the little one. We chose this for its ambience. To me the staff were cheerfull and helpful. For Brits, always try to speak a little French and appeal to their food superiority. Ask about wine with types of food. If you sit their in a group deriding the French as we heard, yes you may not get great service.
We had the Pierarde (hot stone) with Veal, Duck and Beef. It was wonderful and we were both stuffed even after a hard day skiing. Wine was not one I had tried before, but went well with the food choice.
We highly recommend this restaurant.
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