I used to visit this restaurant years ago when it was Provençal food and it was always outstanding; since a change of owner few years back, it is now an Italian restaurant.
The interior settings are very pleasant, rustic and elegantly modern at the same time. It is a small dining area. The waiter is welcoming and efficient.
If you have one of the set meals, you can have a pasta main dish (€35 with starter and dessert) or else a meat/fish main dish (€39 with starter and dessert).
The 'à la carte' price of a pasta dish is €17 and €23 for a meat/fish.
I chose the pasta menu. I had a goats cheese starter which was fine but was actually less interesting than the menu description. Followed by a gnocchi dish which came in a tomato style sauce, and nothing much else. I was hoping for the price and restaurant rating, the gnocchi would be home made, but in fact they were just factory style mini-size gnocchi. It was nice enough but the dish became boring to eat half way through. My friend had some ravioli in blue cheese sauce; again, these seemed to be factory made.
Choc fondant dessert did seem to be home made and freshly cooked (with genuine molten centre rather than fake filling that you sometimes get), so I credit this. However, it was quite heavy to eat in the end.
I had a nice enough meal, but for the price and rating of the restaurant I was hoping for something more original and memorable.
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