This place is a B&B, so you have to book so that the chef be able to prepare large plates in advance that you will share with your guests. The outdoor environment is extremely calm and the weather enabled us to enjoy the aperitif (a nice small asparagus mousse in verrines along with a drink of white wine) and the impressive panoramic view on the region (the chicken could enjoy a larger cage though).
Food in itself, albeit not gastronomic, was fresh, well-thought, the veal rib was very nicely cooked and very generous. The chef happily prepared a customized menu for the person who was vegetarian.
Let's note that the restaurant room is quite small and that things can get noisy if it is full. As a suggestion, I think the nearby room could be turned into a living room so that guests may relax after the dinner should they wish too.
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