This restaurant was so good we went back a second time to try out other things on the menu. On our first visit, my wife had rillettes of fish, duck then hazelnut meringue: I had ham and globe artichoke mousse, fish soup followed by mille-feu of rice pudding with creme brulee. All washed down by red wine and water. The service was friendly and helpful and it was interesting to eat in a troglodyte building as well as one with a bit of history related to Antoine Cristal, wine grower and visionary.
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