I spent a lovely evening on the terrace of this restaurant . We hadn't booked, on aTuesday night out of season, it didn't seemed necessary but we should have and were lucky to get the last table outside. We chose to have wine as our aperitif and the only Cotes du Luberon on offer was not cheap at 30 euros a bottle but a fine wine. As a pre dinner nibble, we shared what was supposed to a large plate of Pata Negra ham it was a ridiculously small portion, cigarette paper thin and shredded to appear bigger than it was there wasn't even a half slice of ham in it ! At 8 euros a portion, it is an expensive pig! And I certainly resented having to pay an extra 1 euro for gherkins and butter!
Thankfully the main course of souris d'agneau ( we all share a taste for this particular morsel) redeemed the meal. It was wonderful and imaginatively cooked, the influences were north African with a hint of mint and pickled lemon, served with a couscous grain...I loved it and it was reasonably priced at 12.50€.
Over all it was a very pleasant meal and the girls play their piano with gusto the ham being the only bum note of the evening.
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