Frankly, the food is not that great, but it's hard to remember that because the host is just a delightful, friendly, enthusiastic, charming guy. And the restaurant itself is quite delightful - the tables are generous, the linen, the paintings, the decor, the ambience are all excellent. Sadly, all this was let down by food that was a bit pedestrian - my chateaubriand was overdone and the sauce was burnt (sauce Alsace - maybe it's meant to be like that?). The clafoutis was burnt, too, but the bit that wasn't burnt was quite nice. My husband's meal was overcooked, too, although the generosity of the host plying him with rum "tastings" seemed to make up for it ;-)
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