Making the reservation on-line from the U.S. was very easy. The decor is very informal, sort of country farmhouse. The host and hostess were very warm and gracious. We were a half hour late for our reservation but we kept them informed of our progress via cell phone. They did not contribute any stress to getting there. Once we arrived, they could not have been nicer. Madame speaks English and provided great help with menu suggestions. It was surprising to see a toaster on each table but when I ordered the fois grois, I learned that it is to toast the bread that is served with it. My wife had a marvelous goat cheese salad. My wife followed her appetizer with a duck leg served with potato and mushrooms. I had the duck confit with orange sauce. This was our first night in Paris on this trip and the duck confit reminded us both immediately of the contrast between cooking in the US and cooking in Europe. The orange sauce was superb. At home it would have been overly sweet, the consistency of jelly, and enough to drown a small dog. Here it was just perfect. Nonetheless, we both agreed that the confit was not as good as the duck leg. We had the table wine for 19.50 E and it was fine. At no time did anyone make any recommendation based on price. The only concern was what the hostess thought we would most enjoy. For desert we shared something delicious that was comprised of thin apple slices. Our only regret was that it did not come with vanilla ice cream. A perfect cafe au lait ended our meal. We loved dinner and the entire bill was very reasonable. Very good food at a reasonable price. That's great dining. We enjoyed it immensely.