You’re bound to be charmed while dining at this elegant 17th-century farmhouse, whose oak beams and exposed stone walls were once associated with the nearby Château de Vaux-le-Pénil. Menu items change with the seasons but may include foie gras with figs served with spice bread; lobster with green apples; scallops roasted with truffles; and roasted rack of lamb with moussaka of fresh vegetables.