I love this place; they initially started by serving only double dishes - Cotes de Boeuf, Cotes de veau, Giant fish, etc. - and had the dreaded brunch on Sundays - but now have asked themselves "What would JT do?" and come back with single portions and no brunch. Bravo folks!
Then we went on to have veal kidneys, a pot-au-feu of sea-stuff, duck with orange sauce and a "piece" of veal with teeny-tiny, delicious enoki mushrooms, all served with a huge platter of mashies - Colette deemed her duck the weakest of the lot, but I disagree - All Were Winners!
The desserts we chose were a moelleux of chocolate, a vacherin mound and a baba for which our genial wait-man, Miguel, deposed a bottle of rum which he warned was only to be used by me (ah French humor.) Needless to say, all were quite good, indeed very good, if the truth be known as exemplary as the rest of the meal.
With two bottles of a very good Sancerre red, no bottled water and four coffees, our bill was 123.50 E a couple - with mind you, four vielle prunes (and they didn't know who I or our food book/cooking class/tour leader friend was/were).
Go? The new formula works; they've got it right; GO!