The restaurant at Le Cygne turned out to be a delight with delicious food that is beautifully presented. In our party one enjoyed the menu where he began with pate de foie gras, a round of really delicious pate served with toast triangles on a plate with cherry tomato halves painted with balsamic swirls. It was dense, very flavorful and rich. With that came a glass of the local white wine that was flinty and citrus-y and perfect with this course. His second course was a chicken leg and thigh confit, served along with fried potato wedges and a mixture of vegetables that was sweet-sour and crunchy. With this came a glass of the house red, a Cabernet-like wine that was tannic and perfect with that course. His dessert course was fresh fruit with Cointreau. My husband got cod with a walnut sauce, rice and the same vegetable mixture. The chef was willing to adjust my husband's choices to allow him to stick with his low sodium diet. I had the most wonderful omelet I think I have ever had--it was perfect, light and filled with ceps, big rich chunks of mushrooms. This was served with potato wedges and a salad of perfect lettuces with a very lovely Dijon vinaigrette. For dessert my husband got really good chocolate mousse and I got the restaurant's Trilogy of Ice Creams, flavors made in house and that night violet, speculation and rum raisin.
The ingredients used are high quality and the talented chef turns them into lovely dishes. I would suggest reservations as the weeknight when we ate there the restaurant was full.
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