The brothers welcomed us in English and French, to their charming restaurant--and offered a gratis aperitif. The pate, salad, scallops, and magret for the 2 of us were delicious. The magret was the best ever, and was more than ample. We were invited to step into the kitchen, where we saw fabulous beef steaks in preparation. The pear/grape clafoutis dessert, with cream, ranked tops for all I have sampled. The spacious dining room was decorated with the family's collection of paintings, plates and memorabilia--lovely. We enjoyed the background music, mainly American folk and country. Nostalgia for us! This place is off the beaten track, but worth the trip. We will return for beefsteak and the good wines.
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