This was an excellent restaurant but it no longer exists. The space is now occupied by Bistro Marilyn.
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There are conflicting reports on this place and we vent there holding our breath. Nice atmosphere with stones and beams not too many tables well spaced.Service adequate but not special. Food prepared with excellent ingredients cooked to perfection. Other clients had different food and did...More
A very traditional French dining experience. Quiet place that is obviously overlooked by many looking for a more entertaining atmosphere. Great service and food. I rate it second only to the Michelin starred La Maison Juane which costs two to three times more. I would...More
Wonderful meal had here - incredibly, we were the only people in there on a Friday lunchtime, but all the better really! The food was superb, wonderful fish dishes and a lovely local white wine that I sadly didn't write down the name of. Desserts...More
We dined at this restaurant tonight after we had eaten here two years ago. Nothing has changed - this at the top of the tree for its regard for the cultural side of French cuisine. I started with a soups pistol, a superb soup of...More
Food was absolutely superb; service on the slower side but definitely not neglectful; waiter attentive; had the most amazing scallops with leeks and white cream. I am still drooling. Price is reasonable; around 100 euros for two with one bottle of the "house" wine.
We started with the server bringing tapenade, butter and bread, followed by an amuse buche. Then came an Entre of asparagus and aioli, real aioli not that thick heavy stuff you get back home. Our plats were served and were great flavours for both the...More
Food is very good and reasonably priced. Only drawback is that whenever we've visited it has always been quiet so a little lacking in atmosphere. There are better choices in St Remy but there are also many worse ones!
When we first visited Saint Remy de Provence, dinner at this restaurant was one of the most unforgettable experiences. Three years later (we go there at least once a year), the menu is still the same, which wouldn't be a problem if the cooking would...More
I'll review the restaurant and then tell you the "back story". We each ordered a prix fixe menu, my wife had fish, I had the ox tail. Our meal started with an amuse bouche, then appetizers, salads, entrees, dessert, and coffees. The food was wonderful...More