If you're keen on traditional fare can recommend this place. It's not cheap and doesn't have a formule of two courses nor a menu to offer but we enjoyed the meal anyway even though it blew the budget a little! The menu shows lots of choice and the selection we had was very enjoyable. For starters there is the all hallowed onion soup (with croutons and melted cheese) so beloved of such restaurants in France, or frog's legs, snails from Burgundy and even bone marrow to eat with melba toast and a spoon. My friend took the soup and enjoyed it and I couldn't pass on the marrow. It was quite good though I've had better in a specialist establishment in Paris some years ago. For mains the fish of the day was baked sea bass which my friend ordered and thoroughly enjoyed. I went for kidneys in pepper sauce with mash and could not complain. The service was very good and attentive. The place was full of men in suits as the annual real estate conference was on in town and it was a little more noisy than it would normally be but even so the tables are well spaced and nicely set up with good white napery. I will go again but not often because of the prices. The restaurant should introduce some form of formula for lunches and I hope they do.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.