We've been looking forward visiting this place from the time it first opened. From the outside, it looked unpretencious but inviting. The menu sounded very creative, on the gourmet side, with a hint of local sustainability effort.
So, we finally made a reservation and patiently waited for the first available spot opened at 8PM for dinner. When we got in, there were two tables available for our party of four. We were pointed to the one in the center but we asked for the one next to the wall. "It would take 5 minutes" we were told which was a bit strange at first since both tables were clean. We understood the reason later - there are just two people waiting and cleaning the tables (about 15 total). Once we ordered we asked for bread but it did not arrive until after our dishes.
So, the dishes, simply put: very bad cooking. Bread tasted like it was put in the hot oven and taken out right away - hard crust and very doughy inside. Tomato soup - thick tomato paste with sprinkles of pistachio on top. They had a sign for leek soup special at the entrance. When we first asked for it, we were told (apologetically) that the sign was from lunch and now they serve squash soup. When one of us ordered squash soup, they came back saying "sorry, we are out of squash soup, would you like leek soup instead?" - very funny: serving lunch soup for dinner. The most amuzing thing about the leek soup - it came cold: of course, it was from lunch.
The rest of the dishes were extremely unappetizing: small portion of veal consisted primarely of fat, turkey burger - dry and plane, sauteed wild mushrooms - mostly white mushrooms - unseasoned, etc. The most laughable part - eggplant boulangery (?) Was actually not bad but it was "squashed" into the what looked like the remains of the very bad tomato soup...
Overall - very sad experience. Never again.