First of all, this a classy place, with all the trimmings . An attentive staff ,a nice layout , quiet and yet atmospheric. The food was a delight and my daughter (the chef ) was impressed. There were several tasting options from eight to ten courses or you could, as we did, chose ala carte. Between the amusee-bouche and the chefs special treats we had a fine time. My wife ordered the foie gras ,which she loved. I ordered pigeon as my main course ,not good , tough and overly flavored. The experience overcame the negatives.Order wisely and I am sure you will be in for a great night. THE WATER ,There was a special water menu,I'm sorry, but I thought this was a little too much. However it was nice water that we had, with a hint of mountain and an after taste of lowland farms.
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