This is a bright space with nice table settings, and for the summertime, they have a large terrace circling the building. The atmosphere is pleasant, and the décor includes artwork by local artists. This was my second visit. We chose the table-d'hôte ($14). Water served right away. The freshly baked small Ciabata bread came to the table warm on a board with a knife. We started with the sweet-potato & Pear soup, the main dish was fish fillet with mashed potatoes and green & wax beans, the lemon slice was generous and of course freshly ground pepper was offered. Since we asked to talk to the Chef to compliment him, the desert arrived in the hands of the Chef Jean-Pol Kicinski himself, a generous serving of Chocolate Mousse with a dab of whipped cream. The Coffee is served in a narrow tall cup that keeps the coffee warm. The restaurant has a good choice of wines from various countries.
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