The restaurant is a little eclectic in style - rustically situated in an old house, but with a large atrium-like addition and a large central bar area (although seating seemed to all be at tables). The menu was varied, offering some quite sophisticated options at reasonable prices. The service was welcoming and attentive, but a little pressed when the restaurant filled quickly (it was a holiday weekend!); nevertheless, it was a lovely dining experience - the food was good, the servings generous, and the bill was very modest considering what was ordered. Would definitely return to the Auberge if in town again.