We sat at a small white clothed table, decorated with a simple, small candle, and small bouquet; a gracious waitperson greeted us quickly. From beginning to end, this was a lovely experience. We shared the beet salad, served with whipped goat cheese and currents. The duck was perfectly cooked. The coq au vin was started when we ordered. It was prepared in a delicate red wine sauce and served in a steaming crock. The chicken was dished over whipped potatoes and garnished with asparagus.
There are a number of varied starters, as well as 4 or 5 main fish dishes and of course beef.
The wine was lovely. We had the house red (French) and the Cote de Rhone. All of the dishes that we saw were beautifully presented. There are tables outside and in. Customers were dressed both casually and in evening wear. An absolutely wonderful evening.