Had dinner here on Friday night. It was wonderful. First most commentaries on this restaurant indicate there is no choice.Each course however had a choice and dessert had four. We started with cold lobster soup which while tasty was nothing special. Then we had a scallop dish for her and foie gras for me. Both were excellent. After that a sole in a bearnaise with spinach for her and rouget with pumpkin for me. Both faultless and entirely different. Mains we both had the lamb beautifully cooked. There followed a cheese and desserts both of which maintained the standards of the rest of the meal.We drank some champagne and wine by the glass. It was fine.
I would heartily recommend L'os a Moelle. While the tables are crammed into a tired looking room and service is a little slow the food and the welcome make up for all that. And at EU38 the word bargain doesn't begin to describe it.