St Medard is a tiny, beautiful village containing this gem of a restaurant. We were fortunate to be withing walking distance, which meant we could enjoy lovely wines to accompany the magnificent food. We dined outdoors on the terrace, which has a lovely outlook over the valley, and is less formal than a dining room. Lovely staff who tolerated our poor French with good humour, and then tried their English, to help. I was concerned that we would find the whole experience 'snooty', especially as we had our sons with us, who, although adults, have not really experienced fine-dining. I needn't have worried -they, and the rest of us, thoroughly enjoyed every aspect. One comment was , "This is the most tender piece of lamb I've ever eaten". We decided to share 4 different desserts which we passed around the table -our waiters were amused, but encouraged us to enjoy. Which we did!
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