The restaurant is a little walk away from the parking area through narrow cobbled streets - very picturesque. We ate outside, overlooking the surrounding vineyards. We chose the menu of the day - no choice, but the food was all lovely anyway. The menu cost 29 euros each and we ate rillettes, scallops, pork fillet and polenta followed by a lovely strawberry tart with a pretty sugar strand decoration. Being in the heart of this lovely wine growing region, the wine menu is very good and not over priced. The service was attentive. There were fresh flowers on every table and nice table linen. All in all, a lovely place for a lunch stop. We visited the nearby Mourchon cave afterwards for a wine tasting.
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