We had a marvellous Easter lunch today. The attention to detail is outstanding. The amuse-bouche was a shot of vegetable tartare, tomatoes, onion and cucumber in lightly seasoned olive oil. The chef made last minute changes to accommodate the fact that I don't eat meat by creating a special appetizer just for me, a pink beetroot and fresh goat cheese timbale. This was in addition to a shrimp and pineapple skewer and a tiny cup of squash soup - all tasted wonderful. The main course of monkfish in green peppercorn sauce with polenta and purple carrot puree for me was a delight. The other main course was a deboned and stuffed rack of lamb which was fork tender and much enjoyed. Three cheeses included a blue English shropshire ( a first for me to have a good English cheese in a French restaurant!). Dessert was layers of sablé, chocolate mousse, raspberry mousse with fresh raspberries and fresh mint - it was light and full of flavour. Good coffee to follow. As usual, the service was attentive and thoughtful. The advice on wine was excellent and the choices of local regional wines was perfect. It is a pleasure to take guests to show off the best of French cuisine in a setting like this.