You’ll go for the originality of the space (floating footbridge), for the magical view of the Loire, for the tasteful décor, and for the Rabelaisian portions of modern cuisine, served up by an alert wait-staff. The ultra-long menu is bursting with nice surprises (crispy millefeuille of mi-cuit tuna with Japanese vinaigrette, plancha-grilled John Dory with Iberian chorizo piperade and young spinach leaves). You can buy your bottle of wine at the nearby cellar, Chai 33.
Strawberry and tomato gaspacho, lemon-infused mousse.
Filet of perch, julienne of vegetables and Nantes-style beurre blanc.
Vanilla vacherin with granny smith apple.