We took the four-course 75-euro menu, and this time also added the complementary wine service for 25 euros.
After some excellent amuse-bouches, the meal started with a foie gras that was poached, then grilled under a salamander and served with a bouillon of root vegetables that is perfumed with undetectable amounts of mint and chocolate: superb.
|Foie gras in bouillon at Jean|
|Sea bass atop vegetable and chicken broth at Jean|
|Suckling pork chops at Jean|
|"Moelleux" au chocolat at Jean|
Overall, the dinner was excellent, the rapport qualité-prix fantastic as always and the ambiance relaxed but charming. A very good time was had by us.