What about Le Fontaine Gaillon?
A friend sent me a blurb about Gerard Depardieu's place and it sounds very niece as well as surprisignly affordable. Having read many foody vignettes about the famous actor written by his friend the author Jim Harrison I wonder how it reviews with the locals? It would hardly seem to be a mere vanity project considering Depardieu's well know love and knowledge of good food.
It is a lovely place with good, well prepared food and above average service. There are some interesting "themed" private rooms upstairs that can be reserved. If you go, ask for a tour upstairs if the rooms are not reserved...one is a bit erotic.
Here are a few photos: http://s257.photobucket.com/albums/hh...