The dining room is attractive and well presented, as are the dishes, with a variety of plates to match. At 32 and 58 euros for 3 courses (with mise en bouche) the restaurant is on the pricier side of local restaurants, and the cuisine does not warrant this cost, nor do the menus stand out as unusual Orr inventive. There are three restaurants (that I know of) within 5 minutes drive serving finer and more varied cuisine at slightly to significantly lower prices.
The mains all came with an assortment of nice little vegetable bites, but more of a one-size-fits-all rather than paired with the dish. The aigre-doux sauce for the shrimps, which worked well, was echoed with the pintade (32 euro menu), where I would have appreciated a new register. The deconstructed tournedos of duck (58 euro menu) was by all accounts the standout dish, but I did not taste it. The deserts - prunes in red wine and strawberries in sugar syrup were, in the first case, rather cloying and in the second overly sweet (with undissolved solved sugar crystals evident), masking the rather nice green Apple sorbet and vieille prune ice cream with which they were served (all in one glass - had they been served separately the sorbet/ice cream would have had more chance to shine).
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