Our group of 12 visited the bistro after spending the morning at the Cucuron market. Despite not having a reservation, the manager was able to accommodate us. The menu was simple, but absolutely delicious. Several of us ordered the tomato and mozzarella - it was a beautiful presentation and one of the best samplings I had during our 10-day stay in France. My husband ordered the melon, which was a cold soup and the winner for the entrees. For our second course, several of us (including a few of our kids) ordered the lasagna bolognaise, which was outstanding. Several others ordered the roasted chicken, which was good, but upstaged by the gratin de gnocchi. Deserts included fresh berries with cream and profiteroles. We enjoyed our meal with a few magnums of local rose. The children kept themselves busy exploring the grounds of the property. Beautiful setting, wonderful food and pleasant service.
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