One of the best restaurants in town, a combination of wood and brick punctuated with wrought-iron details provides for understated elegance of the interior. It consists of three rooms which differ in size, making it an ideal setting for business lunches and intimate dinners alike. Even the food arrangement is a cut above the standard offer: the leek and mushroom soup is served in a scooped-out loaf of bread, and succulent char-grilled chicken breast wrapped in bacon and stuffed with prunes comes with peach sauce. Some of the house specialities must be ordered three hours in advance, but are worth the extra effort. The only downside to the place is that the over-zealous waiters sometimes bring the main course before you have had the time to fully savour the starters.