The main restaurant is on the ground floor and opens out onto the street through a large bay window. Its Nordic dark wood decor is a little retro, but people come here for the cuisine rather than the decor. Part of the service and the cuisine is provided by the school's students. The cooks work a lot with seasonal and local products. For appetisers, you can get lingot goat's cheese and its tapenade accompanied by a carpaccio of sun-dried heirloom tomatoes for $12 (£7.50), but also mackerel glazed with Espelette chilli peppers accompanied by smoked potatoes and horseradish tofu for $10 (£6). For the main course, the pan-fried pavé of halibut with apricot sauce and courgette flower for $22 (£14) won us over with its finesse and originality.
A restaurant managed solely by students is on the first floor, with a less chic decor. It is the students who serve and cook lunch and dinner from Tuesday to Friday for lunch and dinner. A 3-course menu is offered, by which we mean a starter, a main course, and a dessert. There is no choice, but the price is unbeatable. It will cost you $14 (£9) at lunch, and dinner, served from 5:00pm onwards (we are in America!), costs $19 to $26 (£12-£16).