This is a serious restaurant, to be taken seriously and it has much to recommend it, although some slight oddities too. We had the 45 euro menu and basically it was very good indeed - fine ingredients, carefully cooked, beautifully presented. My only quibble was some odd pairings on the plate. Perfect slices of foie-gras were paired with an overly aggressive red-fruit jam (blackcurrant? cherry?) which drowned rather than complemented the foie gras. A main course of lamb cooked in various ways was perfect - except that the key piece of meat came with a thick peanut crust which, again, fought rather than complemented. So full marks for inventiveness, but rather lower marks for some of the results. Service was good. With an aperitif on the little terrace outside, a good bottle of Marsannay, and the (optional) cheese plate, the bill was quite large, but a good deal less than you'd pay for cooking of this quality in London or Paris.
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