There are 3 main restaurants in Cucuron. We chose this one because it was in the middle price range of the 3 and had a very imaginative looking menu. We were not disappointed in our choice. This restaurant may not have the street side location of the other 2, being located in large, old cellars, but it still had a lovely atmosphere and I would definitely go for the food over the street setting every time. The waiter was friendly and knowledgeable about the wine list and very happy to recommend local wines to go with our food choices, as well as a local aperitif. We went for the most expensive menu, but it was excellent value as there were complimentary 'nibbles' with our aperitif, starter, main, cheese and dessert. Moreover, the latter two were 'showcase' selection of cheeses and desserts. For starters we had cod/trout fish pate and foie gras; main we both chose guinea fowl. The food was outstanding for each course and beautifully presented with small, additional garnishes which added twists to the flavours and enhanced the overall experience.
Couldn't recommend it more highly and suggest you give the other 2 a miss in favour of this place first.
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