We went for a family dinner. A very pleasant evening.
The food was very good. For starters we had the surf and turf tartare, the seared foie gras, and the the spring house salad. All good, the foie gras excellent even thoug the small vol-au-vent it came with did not match perfectly. The entrees were the filet, the organic salmon, and the lamb chops. Very good too and well prepared. The ratatouille that came with the lamb was too salty, unfortunately.
The desserts were good but not same level as the rest. The creme brûlée was well made but the blueberry tarte was bland, almost cheese cake-like, not French at all.
The service was good but not too attentive - we had to ask for the bread and we were asked to hand the plates when we were done with the appetizers and the entrees.
In summary, a good place, we will go back. But some more attention to detail and being closer to "Frenchness" would make it better.
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