We knew that the Antika had been sold and that it was being "done up" by a new owner. When it opened we gave it a try at lunchtime. It was so good that a second visit was needed to be sure. The evening meal five days later was even better. I'd give it four and a half stars (if I could) because the first two courses were excellent but I couldn't rate the sweets as I didn't have one. Nice light Salade Italienne followed by the best entrecôte steak I've had in France in seven years of residence. With an excellent bottle of red Corbières which I picked in the cellar and carried to the table myself - a nice idea. Very friendly service. We started the meal outside but soon had to de-camp to the inside as the mozzies were out in force - it has been a very wet spring. Let's hope they all buzz off when the hot weather arrives.
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