I liked it last time, I liked it even better this time.
French onion soup ($12.90) was a substantial serve. It could have done with the onion being cooked a little longer to bring out their sweetness and with a bit more cheese. The coquilles St. Jacques had scallops in a creamy sauce that were large, moist, delicate and delicious ($15.90). The quiche with bugs ($15.90) OK. The farmed rabbit stew ($29.890) had little to distinguish it - I think I'll avoid farmed rabbit in future.
The duck a la orange ($32.90) was excellent The icecream filled profiterol with chocolate topping was good to share
and the creme caramel -just good. Desserts around $14.
Wine: No BYO so my $60 bottle sat aside and we drank a $40 2005 Bordeaux (advertised in the menu as 2004) which was very pl easant
Price: A little above average for food that is quite above average in an extremely pleasant environment
Comments: C'est bon, non, c'est tres bon
Sunday, March 30, 2008
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