I agree with the previous reviewer. The setting is lovely - both the vine-covered outdoor seating, and the magnificent view of Olargues across the river. The service was pleasant, but the two servers who were taking care of the entire restaurant seemed stretched to capacity. Two of us were there for lunch. Our two firsts -- gazpacho, and thin slices of magret de canard -- were good, if on the small side. For mains, the only choices were filet mignon, filet de boeuf, and salmon. We're not meat-eaters, so we ordered the salmon - but that's hardly a local dish, deep in Languedoc. Our third courses -- one dessert tray, one cheese tray -- turned out to be the best thing about the meal: high-quality and imaginative. On the whole, we enjoyed our lunches, and the restaurant is certainly a nice change of pace from the everyday French restaurant. But you' re paying a lot for the setting.
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