A restaurant in a disused station so rather a novelty, although coincidentally there seems to be another example of the same ploy a few miles down the road just outside Uzes.
The station room (complete with ticket office) has all sorts of railwayana on display, and there is plenty of capacity inside.
As it was a warm weekday evening we took one of the positions haphazardly dotted around outside on the former platform, and dined whilst observed by two interested horses in the field opposite.
Apparently, when we visited it was moules-frite night and clearly priced very temptingly; there were buckets of the things flying around. The puny and delicate anglo-saxon tummy wasn't up for the challenge so we went a la carte - about the only couple that did.
Quite happy with my pork bavettes in a generous mustard sauce, and the home-made tiramisu to follow was fine too. Wine list was fairly restricted but easily able to cope with a decent ice-cold pichet of rose on a muggy night
Staff were very friendly but were happier engaging in French, rather than struggling with English - and that was fair enough. As it happened, the menu wasn't difficult to follow and kind of veered towards the fun and family style of output as opposed to gourmet.
I'd go again, and it's quite a good option if you want to avoid the heavier, richer, blowout which is quite prevalent in this area - and it won't break the bank!
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