1746 is the date over the door, and there are interesting architectural details everywhere. This restaurant is family-run, with Madame as the chef, and the menu has dishes with truffles, lobster, oysters, fine veal and other meats... hard to choose! Main courses seem to cost from 34 Euros, but there is a table d'hote menu available, with a choice of dishes at each course for around 74 Euros, including an amuse-bouche treat, and petits fours. The wine list is extensive and advice is on hand.We only wanted a main course really, but were offered the amuse-boche of salmon parfait, delicious! I had fillet of lamb so soft it cut with the back of the knife, accompanied by aubergines and a samosa. My husband had thick slices of loin of veal, on spinach and with gnocchi which he pronounced delicious. We were tempted by puds - creme caramel for him and a parfait of rhubarb with strawberry coulis for me... and then came the petits fours! We ate very well. The decor has a fin-de-siecle atmosphere, and the service was impeccable.