Once we'd found the restaurant - not too easy as you need to know you ignore the no-entry (except for residents) signs at each end of the access road - we were seriously impressed with the location. It got even better by nightfall - very great attention to detail includes every aspect of the setting, lighting, seating etc. We took the menu suprise and were quizzed on what we didn't like or had to avoid for dietary reasons (nothing in our case). Whilst we could have selected wines by the glass to accompany each course we were steered into selecting a bottle. Especially impressive were the aromas of herbs being gathered for the dishes we were to eat. What followed wasn't a tasting menu (menu degustation) with a variety of small samplings cleverly produced but a series of 5 courses intended to sustain as well as provide serious enjoyment. The tastes of the courses were a delight even if the dishes in themselves were 'simple' - our main course was wood pigeon with grilled aubergines and an exquisite sauce - and the final test for me - the coffee was excellant. We were so impressed we went again two nights later. The 'suprise' was tailored to the fact we'd been before though others around us were eating what we'd met the first visit. The diners on both occasions were a mix of French and English speakers - not to say that English was necessarily their first language. Our taxi driver suggested the prices were too high for the natives of Uzes - he could be right and it might make sense for out of season pricing to acknowledge this. We did eat elsewhere in Uzes but this was by far and away the best experience.
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