Close to the Maison Carrée and the Contemporary Art Museum, yet discreetly tucked away in a side street, Restaurant Vincent Croizard offers inventive cooking in a delightful terrace garden setting. The four course menu was augmented by several additional dishes – for example, even before the entrée was served, a second amuse-bouche had followed the first. Each course was cooked to perfection, some ingredients quite unusual yet just right, and the cheese course was a revelation. We would definitely recommend this restaurant.
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