The town(ship) here is not one of the nicest in Greater Paris; very close to Versailles and known to be the dwelling of a few multinational corps trying to keep a budget on office costs per square meter. The spot, within a seminar and hotel complex, is spacious and somehow well kept with some traces of the typical French attitude for the "delabré". On a sunny day that allows you to eat on the terrace at lunchtime, you could feel like in Provence with no big effort. Cuisine is average to good, the standard is kept and, at some price, you can feel allright - given the region.
Blackboard menu is normally to consider; some variations to this with no frills in the "carte" are also interesting. Skip cheese which is no extraordinary discovery. Meat is ok, fish could vary. Entrées are reliable. Service informal but: Mr. Chef, please try to vary the salads and ask the dish decorator to keep fingers away from Blasamico vinegar and red pepper grains... too much, too many, too often!