Had not been since 4 February 2020, not knowing that I would be locked down for 18 months. Needed an excuse to go, and the Van Gough Immersive experience provided that. So after soaking up paintings of the French countryside, we went for French cuisine.
Does not look like much on the outside as the restaurant sits in a strip mall next to a Harris-Teeter Supermarket. Service was friendly and well paced. The four of us split the Chef’s Board which had a selection of cheeses, charcuteries and other bits, an order of escargot (no mussels, I really enjoy their mussels previously), and a pork comfit. We washed the food down with a French Sauvignon blanc
I had the beef Bourgogne which was classic and even had a parsnip in it. Everyone ordered something different and enjoyed their food. We washed the food down with a bottle of Chateauneuf-du-pape. Saved a little to go with desert. I had the smoreve en chocolat—a pillow made of a light pastry stuffed with chocolate.
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