I ate there in July. The setting, an antiques store I believe, is very unique but very intimate and fun. The service is attentive and high quality: they care about your experience. The chef even came out at the end of the meal and double-checked that everything was ok and asked us how he could improve and what we really liked, etc. It is pricey (dinner was about 85 euro per person plus wine) but the food was of very high quality and inventive. I thought every dish was great but what stands out in my mind is a deconstructed suckling pig that was served. Best I have ever had.
I went there two years ago and enjoyed myself. The best part of it is definitely the experience of eating in a beautiful antique shop in a small room. I think the food was innovative and well prepared. It was a long ago, so sorry to not provide more details. Also, I did not pay myself, but I believe it was on the pricey side.