If you scroll down past the English and Italian contributions, you will notice that the majority of the reviews of written by the French themselves. During out lunch on June 14, our table was the only non-French table. (I do speak French.) At 11 AM, I notice our server putting the finishing touches for the lunch crowd. It was a good think we reserved our table, as it was almost "complet" when we arrived at 1 PM (it was fully booked 15 minutes later). The menu was rather strange in that the salade gourmande listed seven or eight different preparations, including foie gras and a confit of some kind. We just wanted the non-meat options. Our server explained that you get everything--"tout" was his word but he managed to give us extra helpings of grains and crudités (raw veggies) at 20€ each. And quel festin! The servings were enormous and even included giant scampi. A half liter of local rosé (15€) accompanied nicely. Of course with all the publicity about the desserts we each indulged in sorbets and large cookies, freshly prepared that morning (10€ each). While the total was rather high, at 75€, we felt the quality trumped the price. I should point out that when we arrived, there were three tables available. Although our assigned tabled had an excellent view of the cliff sides, we both knew that withing a half hour we would be baked. Our server found us a perfect table in the shade. He was truly excellent in his ability to multi-task. And I imagine he will repeat the whole affair in the evening. How lucky for someone able to return!
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