The restaurant has a lovely terrace but unfortunately it was cold and wet on the evening we visited, so we ate inside.
The menu is short, which I think is always encouraging.
We both started with the ravioli which was stuffed with goats cheese, celeriac and herbs. It was light, delicate and refreshing but it surprised us by being served cold and the thin casing was more like a rice noodle consistency than traditional pasta.
Our mains were pork shoulder with roasted squash and caramelised shallots, which was very good. The other main was fish of the day, which was monk fish.
This too was very good and well cooked. It came on a bed of udon noodles, fennel and chorizos.
Rather than puds I had the cheese plate and my wife had a hot cheese tartine which was served with honey and pear - most unusual and very enjoyable.
The wine list is both interesting and very extensive, especially in terms of the wines of the region. I wanted a good fairly local white and asked for a recommendation - the waiter suggested a dry Saumur which was an excellent choice.