We could not go past the Cheval Blanc for an evening meal. We had been treated so well during the afternoon having a quiet drink on a hot day watching activities on the town square. The restaurant appointments looked good and the menu was inviting so we had to come back.
As well as the a la carte menu there are three " Menus" - The Discovery - €19 for 3 courses; The Degustation - €25 for 4 courses and The Saveur - €34 for 4 courses.
A la carte provides 4 cold starters and 7 hot (€10 - 16). The most expensive being foie gras. Mains include most food groups : fish - choice of 4 €10-13 ; Meat 8 choices €13-22. The most expensive being Tournedos Rossini. Fromage 3 for €5.50 and 10 desserts (€4.50-9) are on offer.
There is an extensive wine list covering most French regions and grape varieties. Bottles available from €17 to €60 plus.
Restaurant is closed 12 Jan to 16 Jan. Closed Tuesday evening and all day Wednesday.
Plenty of Parking in the square. Easy wheel chair access.
Favorite Dish: We each chose the €25 Menu. The big hit of the evening enjoyed by 3 of our party of 4 was the entree - Coquilles St Jaques et Fruit de Mer. Excellent.
I enjoyed my choice which was a warm goat cheese concoction.
The three options for mains were tried: Piece de Beef with Pepper Sauce , Fillet of Perch with Lobster Sauce and Pork Fillet Encrute. We all enjoyed the presentation and the taste.
Two cheeses and dessert rounded up a formidably good meal washed down with Alsace Pinot Noir.
Total bill for 4 : €127