The outside of this restaurant does not suggest anything special. Entering via the small bar area, to a rather plain indoor eating area, did nothing to suggest that we were in for a high quality French provincial meal.
The menu is quite short - two 'set menus' from which were were invited by the charming owner/waitress to select whatever we wanted. My wife had a tomato tartare dish that was similar in flavour to a good bruschetta, while I had goat's cheese and pesto. Served with wonderfully fresh bread and in large portions, both were excellent. For mains we had the beef steak - well cooked and served with potato bravas, grilled zucchini and red wine sauce. Perhaps a little too much salt on the steak, but delicious nonetheless. For desert we had a beautiful creme brulee and a disk of selected ice creams include the best strawberry I have tasted..
Together with a carafe of wine, bottle of water and coffees, the entire meal cost $60 euros. We considered it good value. If there were not many other restaurants in the area to try, we would be back to Grand Ma's.
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