Christian Étienne Review
Stellar period decor in a renovated 12th-century mansion makes for an impressive backdrop to innovative and delicious cuisine. Try the pan-roasted medaillon of veal with dried porcini blinis and thinly sliced mushrooms with chervil, or splurge for the whole lobster sautéed in olive oil, muscat grapes, and beurre blanc with verjuice. The seasonal truffle menu may be too rich for some (€150), but a €35 lunch menu offers nice balance for budget-conscious travelers.
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