I had dinner there recently and was impressed. A starter of Jamon Iberico was wonderful, although admittedly, the restaurant didn't cure it themselves. Still, kudos for having it on the menu. Chef Christophe David greeted us upon arrival and steered us to the Turbot à La Grenobloise which was prepared with Pain de Mie, Preserved Lemon and Brown Butter Foam. It was spectacularly good, one of the best pieces of fish I have ever tasted.
The menu was interesting and varied, with Sushi and Sashimi choices alongside European fare. The wine list was well selected and fairly priced, while the warm room looked out through a spectacular window onto the Water Tower.
All in all, a very good experience