Co-owners and brothers Luc and Loïc La Joye have set out to present the food of their childhood, with favourites and classics from the south of France. The all-French culinary team and front of house brigade ensure a truly authentic experience.
The restaurant is beautiful and cosy inside, with stone walls and white linen-covered tables, while at the back there’s an attractive courtyard. This is a great restaurant with excellent service and a wonderful atmosphere.
The food is absolutely beautiful and fresh, the produce is of the highest quality, and the dishes are photo-worthy. The soufflé aux deux fromages with crème champignon is a must-have dish. The soufflé is creamy and soft with a lovely light texture, and the luscious mushroom sauce provides the perfect accompaniment. For main course, try the duck breast with house-made gnocchi. The melt-in-the-mouth duck is served in a tasty jus and accompanied by fluffy pillows of gnocchi.
PSST! If you like cheese, then the days to go are every Tuesday and Wednesday, for the all-you-can-eat ‘raclette’ (potatoes, charcuterie, salad and melted raclette cheese with a profiterole to follow).