Nice decor, warm welcome; was our first impression as we entered this restaurant. For 38 Euro we were served a fixed menu consisting of fairly expensive looking dishes, including foiegras, pigeon, and crem brûlée, each of which was prepared with care and knowledge. Including a bottle of fairly good red wine we ended up paying 108Euros for two, which I considered to be a very good value.
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