There was a name change, this restaurant is now the "La Table gourmande de Christian Crotet".
We had a dish of deer and fried foie gras with celery mash (perfectly cooked and presented), and a starter of terrine de foie gras (excellent) and hake dumplings (quennelles de brochet) with a wonderfully creamy sauce.
The wine selection is very wide - we had a bottle of red Patriarche which was very "correct" - as the French like to say. Not everyone of the staff can give advice on the wine choice - our server was not acquainted with the word "cepage", but I am confident you will be well advised if you insist.
The service is very friendly and uncomplicated.
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