We were somehow expecting a traditional French restaurant, so when the starter arrived with its mix of Thai and french ingredients, we weren't sure. But as the meal progressed we settled in and started to enjoy the experience. The desert saved the night for me.
Belles crevettes grillées, petite sauce Thaïe au citron vert, gingembre et épices was surprising.
Selle d’agneau rôtie, tatin Provençale, jus tranché au vinaigre de tomates, écume de parmesan was under whelming.
The Chèvre frais au beurre de truffes, oeuf de caille au plat et son bouillon à l’oignon was to die for!
The restaurant has a charming feel and was very busy, but still felt relaxed. The male staff were excellent and attentive. The lady more matter of fact and never smiled.
I'm glad we tried it and I'd recommend it, but not sure we would return... unless of course I get a hunger for Chèvre frais au beurre de truffes!