Wonderful meal. Sixth time there. Beautiful ambience, as long as you book far enough ahead of time to be in older section of restaurant. The one meal we have had in newer section was still great food, but not much charm. We have no idea why they lost their Michelin star. Food is totally excellent: amuse bouche of foies gras flan. Appetizer of foies gras ravioli. Great bread. Wonderful fish main courses, but not terrific desserts. Loss of star may be related to very slow service, though I doubt it.
Great value, and a definite must if staying in Loire Valley, particularly near Chenonceau or Azay-le
Rideau. We travel internationally several months a year, and this could be our favorite restaurant in the world, including numerous 3 Stars in Paris.
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