Auberge de l’IIl is a legendary restaurant. Only Paul Bocuse has had his three stars longer (since 1965). The restaurant, with its magical riverside location, stands out with its welcoming charm and its authentic hospitality. The ambiance is chic but not stuffy, the service is very professional but not formal, the quality of the food is as excellent as it is reliable. Auberge de l’Ill unquestionably lived up to my high expectations. Marc Haeberlin presides over an impressive culinary legacy and who delivers classic dishes with the occasional modern touch with fantastic flavours. As befits a great chef, the sauces in particular were done to perfection; both the sweet red pepper sauce and the Perigueux sauce were absolutely brilliant. Auberge de l’Ill is a restaurant with a soul like only family restaurants have and I trust that, as it continues to evolve, it will remain true to what it is in essence.