The restaurant is on the grounds of a beautiful small hotel right outside of Gordes in a lovely countryside setting. It was a little warm on the shaded terrace but with those lovely views it would have been a sin to eat inside. The food was delightful and beautifully presented. We each had a glass of champagne, I had stuffed vegetables, followed by fish with amazing stuffed zucchini flowers and a caramel pot de crème with a cake that was somewhere between an ice cream cake and a cheese cake. DH had a glass of red wine, warm goat cheese in a filo “beggars purse” (that’s not what they called it but that’s what this dish was called at Le Cirque), followed by the most wonderful and sophisticated “Sheppard’s pie” (that’s not what they called it but it was braised pork mixed with cream and chunky cooked potatoes baked in a mold) and a trio of ice creams.
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