The restaurant was cozy, with good service and an extensive wine list. We had a very nice botte of "Aucala", a fruity red. The starters were all very high-priced. Our grilled vegetables was about €18 but consisted of a few cold red peppers & onions and an anchovy on dried toast. One main we ordered was pig's foot stew with chestnuts and mushrooms. The meat element consisted of 95% wobbly white fat. It looked disgusting (at least to an English couple) and we asked for it to be removed from our table as soon as possible. The restaurant did replace it with a delicious veal cheek stew free of charge.
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