St.-Remy-de-Provence is a special place to visit for a long weekend or more. It's one of the loveliest towns in the South of France. It also has some gastronomic gems, including L'Aile ou la Cuisse. The room is small but tastefully decorated. Service is friendly but slow as it appears as though there are but two service staff, one of whom, I believe, is the manager. This is dining in the classic sense: nothing is rushed and everything is prepared carefully and as you requested. Well , almost; I ordered a pork special medium well. It arrived rare; I sent it back. It came back equally rare. However, much to my surprise and pleasure, my meal came back re-plated, with a fresh serving of vegetables and starch. My son had the sea bass, his wife ordered the poulet and everyone agreed that this was first class dining. Order desert when you arrive; they are spectacular and go fast so be warned. You can't go wrong with the wine; this is France, after all. A lovely room, attentive, albeit slow service, good food, fine wine and outstanding desserts. Expensive but worth of your euro for sure.
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