Visited for a light Sunday lunch with the mem'sahib.
In truth, I wasn't expecting very much from a tiny restaurant in a very sleepy small town -- particularly as the place was empty when we arrived (though admittedly it was only just after one o'clock). Couldn't have been more wrong. The atmosphere was wecoming, as was Madame (who does speak English if you're having a lazy day with your French). The style of food was very Provençal -- strong in flavour, and unctuous. My aubergine with parmesan (the Provençal take on Melanzane alla Parmigiana) was seriously better than any other I've had in my sixty-odd years, and the mem'sahib's Provençal salad was delicious. The house wine (half litre of local rose) was very good of its type; the café gourmand was almost a full meal of various goodies (some clearly home cooked). -- And, the bill was very reasonable.
Worth a small detour!!
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