Walking along a cobbled alley in a typical Provencal village is already a relaxing experience, but dining in a stone vaulted cosy restaurant enjoying outstanding food suggested by a friendly owner is worth a trip to Grimaud.
First, always book well in advance because the restaurant is small.
You will be welcomed with a complimentary "socca", a traditional, crispy and warm local specialty made with chickpeas, then you can indulge in nicely presented main courses. Personally I'd suggest meat or lamb, tender and juicy, garnished by fresh local vegetables. The selection of rose and red wine is a bit limited, but the atmosphere will definitely enchant you.
Desserts are superb, never forget to taste one.
A wonderful oasis of peace a stone's throw from the chaotic resorts along the coast where you're often charged a king's ransom for average food and impersonal service.
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