This excellent restaurant is outside of our usual price range, but the investment was repaid handsomely. It's a beautiful room with welcoming staff and an intriguing menu. We ordered the Iberian pork and the venison steaks, both of which were outstanding. The pork is the wonderful acorn-fed meat that is dark, tender and flavoursome. The venison was from a female roe deer (according to Google translate -- the English language menu isn't very detailed) and was served on a bed of mixed fungi with a wonderfully richly flavoured sauce. Both dishes had interesting leaf garnishes that may have been foraged (or grown in a greenhouse in the Netherlands, who knows?, but either way were delicious). The accompanying vegetables were so tasty that they added a much to the meal. We finished off with a Saint Marcellin cheese that was kept to perfection and was a complete delight. Throughout this feast we were drinking one of the cheapest wines on the menu, a Côte de Roussillon called Tam Tam, that was outstanding and highly recommended. The bill reached just over €100 but represented excellent value for money, in our view.
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