This restaurant offering relaxed casual-fine dining is named and designed after Henri Chariere's story of Papillon imprisoned on Devil's Island for 13 years before escaping. Besides daily specials the menu features well-prepared entrées such as crispy duck breast with orange-passion fruit sauce and chocolate drizzle, baked sea bass in sea salt crust as well as filet mignon with a red wine truffle sauce. For those seeking vegetarian dishes, there is no disappointment with four different options. An array of starters, soups and salads include escargot in a puff pastry, frog legs and foie gras with vanilla-pineapple compote on a chocolate marbled brioche.
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