This restaurant is a feast for the eyes, with its décor that is both exuberant and welcoming, thanks to the religiously preserved vaults of the “former 1836 sugar factory”. The setting is imitate, and the ambience conducive to relaxation, because what comes out of the ovens borders on paradise, and for good reason: everything here is home-made. From the foie gras to the “truffé de Waterloo”, this neoclassical cuisine, revisiting the recipes of the local area and incorporating a thousand creative refinements or skilful exotic touches, is matched with the smooth echoes of an exceptionally well-researched wine list.
Spoken languages : French
Number of covers : 132
Daily from 12am to 2pm and from 7pm to 10pm.
Closed on Saturday noon and Sunday noon.
Equipments and Services on site