Listed under Domain Chandon, the restaurant is actually called Etoile.
A nice location for a high end gourmet dinner. Innovative cuisine with some unusual combinations of textures and flavors. We liked very much the white corn, snap peas and oxtail aspic appetizer, the sashimi, the fish preparation in the main course. The added flavor of black truffles in some courses was noticeable. The Chef definitely deserves the award from Wine and Food.
The service was attentive, but stiff. It started with the presentation of the multi-course menu only. A la carte menu “available on request”. Then, when we asked for a taste of a wine served by the glass, the reply was “we do not do tastings in the dining room” (wow!). Overall, a very nice dinner, will go back when in the area despite some service flaws.
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