Really really nice restaurant, rafinated, with an beautifull localisation.
The dishes are typical, really fine, but quite expensive.
We were lucky to have a French-speaking waistress (a young Belgian girl who is really a good girl !).
There is a last remaing warning to keep in mind : the chief is not in the kitchen...
As soon you arrive in the restaurant, you can see many pictures of him. Maybe he his an important man in his collectivity, but the evening we went, one of the two usual cooker was unavailable, then the service was a little bit too long (we did not wait for the dessert). From my point of view, it would have be better for the restaurant that he spent the evening in the kitchen rather to look at the tables.
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