This old-fashioned dining room carries a whiff of the Belle Epoque with its mirrors and ceiling ornaments. The menu appeals to culinary nostalgia as well, with dishes like homemade cassoulet, pike quenelles (long and delicate fish dumplings) with Nantua sauce, as well as escargots and homemade foie gras for starters. For dessert, indulge in crème caramel made with salted butter or profiteroles with chocolate sauce. The restaurant also hosts workshops for tea-lovers, where you can explore the secrets of gourmet teas.