From this small street in the Decré District, nothing would suggest that for more than 50 years, a restaurant has been operating in the former gothic place of worship from the 16th century. If the originality of this majestic and solemn setting is surprising, the cuisine, for its part, follows the course of tradition with 3 set menus in which chef Jérémy Robinet interprets his classic recipes for the land, sea and river (roasted langoustines, pike-perch steak, rack of lamb, fillet of duck…). Pleasant welcome.
Duck confit ravioles and pan-fried foie gras, warm jelly with quince
Loin of sea bass and tartare of oysters and chives, Savennières shellfish stock
Tarte tatin banana and bourbon vanilla ice cream