In one of the small hidden streets of the Bouffay District, this 16th-century half-timbered house conceals in its pretty paved courtyard one of the most peaceful and romantic terraces in the city. But that’s not all. The cosy and nicely decorated interior (antique parquet flooring, terracotta tiles, exposed beams, flowered wallpaper, subdued lighting…) will enchant those who come on winter evenings to enjoy a personalised market cuisine punctuated with a few exotic touches.
Fresh cod in a parmesan crust
Saddle of lamb in a spice crust, tender rosemary potatoes
Cheesecake from Virginia with red berry coulis