The image many have of haute cuisine usually includes tiny, rarefied portions and far more plate than food. Not at La Gargotte. The menu here offers creations both sophisticated and abundant - which along with a casual, relaxed ambiance and rustic, cosy décor has become the restaurant's trademark. Friendliness, too - in fact, the chef himself receives each diner who enters the establishment. Some favourites include langoustine tartare, magret of duck, cod in orange sauce, pâté mousse, and first-rate desserts including crème brûlée and cream of pistachio with caramel. And to top it all off, the prices are very reasonable for a restaurant of this quality - especially considering the size of the portions. You'll find yourself wanting to come back before your trip is over!
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