We had our meal here on the last night of a two week road trip to 'celebrate' and were not disappointed. You do need to remember to bring your own wine as they don't have it themselves, although for those of us who forget (or don't know) they have a great system of serving you one complimentary glass of a house red or white that they keep on hand! We are non-meat eaters (pescatarians) but this presented no problems and left us with plenty of choice. We had become used to portion sizes in the US by the time we arrived and so avoided 'mains'. We both ordered an appetizer and both were faultless, generous themselves in size and set us off well for the meal (warm brie cheese with mushrooms for one and a goat's cheese with apple and walnut salad for the other). Then one of us had a delicious and generous Salad Nicoise with moist rare tuna - no tuna from a can rubbish here! The other of us ordered from a very helpful 'lighter fare' portion of the menu and had a ratatouille crepe that was delicate, tasty but would have benefited from some sauce for the provencal vegetables inside. For dessert we were told that the owner baked all on site so we shared a lemon tart that had that great balance between tart and sweet but the crust was too hard for a crumbly short crust and there was too much whipped cream for my abstemious taste. Overall the bill was surprisingly low (less than $50) and this was fantastivc value even in the face of the few shortcomings. The server was particularly helpful and friendly and the atmosphere very french. Recommended for sure.
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