Very friendly warm welcome by the owners and food was good.
I had their homemade fois gras which was excellent, and then the lobster pasta which had lots of shell in, but tasty nonetheless.
My wife had the nicoise salad, which was lovely but huge, followed by coquilles saint Jaques, which had the most amount of truffle we have both ever seen and was utterly delicious. She had creme brûlée to finish which again was good.
The only poor point was that both the water bottle and wine bottle had food on the outside of them which was slighly off putting.
We considered going back a second night but decided to try somewhere else, we wish we hadn't!