On a warm summer night, eating out in a small city square against the backdrop of a floodlit medieval church is what holidays are all about.
Staff were turning away a succession of would-be patrons so this is clearly a successful operation. The menu is probably more "provencal" than most on offer in Avignon.
Service is friendly but on the slow side of casual, and the waitresses seemed reluctant to bring our bill when asked. Even so, we'll remember this more vividly than meals enjoyed elsewhere at twice the price.
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