Our small party of three had a superb relaxed lunch served impeccably with abounding charm. Being the driver on this day I decided to resist the well received coupe of champagne. My starter tarte fine which followed a great asparagus based mise en bouche, was an absolute delight, simply devine. The main course, confit de canard on a mash base was also a masterpiece. Both ladies had sole, which was expertly filleted at the table and was really enjoyed. I had an amazing cafe gourmand which perfectly rounded off a very good experience.
The restaurant is the oldest in the town, it has a small frontage, you walk through to the rear passing by a brasserie. Our dining room was well laid out with a wood fire blazing and two rambling ficus trees in what seemed to be once an outside courtyard. The owner was very proud of his restaurant and rightly so.
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