The Restaurant Marathon continues with the first restaurant on my list . I went there with Fabrice who not only ate there before but also claims he knows the chef, and Marie-Aimée, an adventurous eater. The restaurant, a market based bistro, with changing dishes and a lot of history in the “bistro-gastronomic” world.
The dessert were very traditional for me, which was a bit of disappointing because the rest of the menu was more creative. Yet nothing creative about the desserts. They were all good but nothing that tickled my brain (and taste buds).
Overall it was a very good dinner, nice atmosphere, great ambiance and warm and cozy dinning room. We were slowly eating and talking no apparent singes of rushing us out.