First be careful booking, we found a number on the website which turned out to be the restaurant next door. Yes it presents well, perched east side of small Chateau-endowed village of Le Barroux, keen to impress, and a well stocked (cooled) cellar which you can browse to make your choice, but the lamb main in the 38E menu did not work. The chop was too fatty, and whatever was in the long filo pastry parcel – gooey and gelatinous - was too far from tastey fresh meat to bother with. The gaspazcho amuse bouche and the aubergine and tomato starter were fine. Maybe other mains work better?
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