On a week's barge trip in Burgandy with 3 other couples we were hoping the lovely town of Tournus would be worth an overnight stop, and as we slowly pulled away from our tie up the next afternoon we were all still talking about the previous night's dinner at Aux Terrasses. Our first choice for dinner that evening was closed for the season but the proprietor suggested 2 other possibilities, telling us that one was Michelin rated... A phone call got us a table for 8 at 7:30 . Finding it was a challenge however, it's not in the center of town, in fact on the edge in a slightly more seedy looking area, and so unassuming you would walk right by, which we did. But finally circling back and arriving, we were awed by the sophisticated decor, the friendly greeting and the large round table beautifully set awaiting our group. We were the only Americans in the large restaurant and being 8, we were probably a bit louder than those around us, but we were offered professional and friendly service and help understanding the menu. The set menu prices were very reasonable with several choices less than 50 euros pp, and a la carte was also priced fairly; remembering this is a one star restaurant and having been in Paris the week before with prices 2 or 3 times higher than the countryside, and it was astonishing. Delicious and beautifully presented amuses bouches, salads following for each of us, and interesting entrees from beef to rabbit begged to be shared but we were all a little embarrassed to pass our plates around so unfortunately I tasted only my meal! Rabbit in a mustard sauce was my choice and it was served in unusually shaped, very small medallions, delicious and with accompaniments that were fresh small vegetables and potatoes. The wines by the bottle were pricey but the local red Burgandy recommended ( and less expensive than many others) was excellent. The desserts were architectural wonders and the local cheese speciality I had, slightly sweetened and fried, was unique and tasty. When some of us ordered a coffee at the end of the dinner it was served on a small long plate with a chocolate, cookies and a fruit paste accompanying... A lovely and delicious conclusion to a perfect day in the picturesque small town of Tournus, France.