A hidden gem! Wonderfully old fashioned, food is an art here with great service. The pressed duck or chicken is a show to be seen.
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I was treated to lunch there by a very kind friend. We ordered the pressed duck, which I understand is their specialty. Overall, I was impressed, but more by the show than the food. Every step of the preparation is an occasion. They show you...More
We met for lunch owing to traffic we arrived late, I phoned ahead and was told not to worry. Upon arrival we were shown to our table where our guest had arrived before us. The menu and drinks came. There was no rush to order....More
Visited for dinner with my wife. Food was excellent; wonderful steak tartare with simple salad and pommes darphin. I also added the pan-seared duck frois gras. The menu is full of information which particularly enjoy. I drank a half bottle of Puligny Montrachet 2015 which...More
We attended for a business meal using the superb private dining facility downstairs. Quality food. attentive staff and then there is Otto, the genial host personified. A great night was had by all and I look forward to returning
It might well be the best. The canard a la press is simply to die for (reservation in advance required), the wine list is well-selected and well-priced, Otto is most charming and great at service - simply a GREAT experience. Next time the lobster ...
Truly wonderful lunch with mother, brother and son. Superb food and service. Otto made my mother's belated birthday with a special desert, her favourite. The chicken on the set lunch was an all-time taste sensation. And my bro from Canada loved his Duck Foie Gras...More
Mr. Otto and his team are very professional , communicating what we are about to experience :The lobster press dinner ( must be reserved in advance). The 2.2 kg live lobster from Brittany was a beautiful creature. The claw was served with British caviar. The...More
Small place with an exclusive but friendly and homely feel. Had the best pork I've ever eaten for a main, creme brulee was incredible as were the complimentary home made chocolates at the end. The staff were excellent too. Definitely worth the trip
Canard a la presse requires both a good kitchen and great table side technique. We went for a birthday celebration and enjoyed three courses prepared from the delicious French duck,we began with the liver served puréed on brioche,then the rare breast served with green beans...More