The French staff were very welcoming , professional and efficient
However the food on the prix fixe menu was poor
Caviar d'aubergine looked awful and did not taste much better
Warm 'silk purse' was a pigs ear complete with cartilage with pork meat on toast
It looked disgusting and I can't imagine anyone other than a die hard Frenchman eating ear cartilage
The cassoulet was a poor imitation of the classic Toulousain dish - quite oily with large chunks of fatty sausage and a paucity of white beans and flavour
The smoked salmon salad was average and again looked messy on the plate
Tarte tatin was excellent as was the café gourmand
Wines are expensive - entry level €29 quickly rising to € 40 -50 for regional wines and much higher for decent Bordeaux etc.
Overall a disappointing evening
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