For starters, my dad went for the country terrine, I opted for the crab raviolo, and my mum, duck rillettes. Unfortunately, the wine means that my husband is struggling to recall his starter. For the mains, apart from my mum who always orders chicken or white fish, the rest of us went for the beef. Everything was nicely presented, well cooked and tasty. For dessert, my dad and husband shared the artisanal cheeses and my mum opted for the chocolate mousse. We followed this with tea and coffee and a small digestif - my favorite amaretto.
Prices are fair but as always the bill came to more than expected due to the wine and need for side dishes. I wouldn't say this is the best French food I have tasted, nor am I sure if we will go again (partially due to the slow service and difficultly hearing each other), but it is worth a try and may be very different now it is reaching its 1st year anniversary.