This is quite a large restaurant, and when we tried to get in on the first night, it was fully booked. But we returned.
The restaurant itself is very clean and comfy. You can see where it gets it's name from as there is a glass section of floor showing a water wheel.
The staff were friendly and spoke some English.
We ordered a bottle of wine, which was reasonably priced and very nice. There was a good choice of drinks. As with anywhere in France, we went with the 'rare' option for our meat as it is the expected choice. It was cooked to perfection, and very tasty. It was clear they used prime cuts of beef.
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