The food and wines are mostly French. On the night I visited my dining partner and I were the only customers in the restaurant which allowed us to speak very freely. I suspect that the place is usually not so crowded so if you are looking for somewhere intimate and relaxed this would be perfect.
I found all the food to be very good and wine, served by the glass, was delicious.
Pâté de campagne was very tasty
The foie gras served with cinnamon pancake, strawberry and cream was decadently delicious!
As if it wasn't naughty enough already, the foie gras also came with some port!
This "butterfish" definitely lived up to its name making for a unique taste sensation.
The main dish was this rare pork served with Japanese vegetables (including gobo, to the chagrin of my dining partner, but he never offered it to me!)
Tarte tartin to finish