Having parked on the north side of the town, this was the first open restaurant that we passed. The menu outside looked inviting, with organic and vegetarian options and a large carte. We booked for later and were glad to have done so, since the place was packed when we arrived. The interior was a pleasant surprise, with stone walls, exposed beams and a roaring fire. Despite the wide choice, we all plumped for the daily special of rabbit done in a Provencal stew, which was extremely tasty and arrived fairly quickly. The apple crumble had not been finished in the oven so made for a slightly strange topping, but the chocolate mousse with a strong orange tang was more successful. A local organic pale ale plus glasses of an extremely pale but tasty rose wine rounded out our pleasant experience. Very friendly and efficient service.
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