Actually I suppose the title is a little misleading because it is not like eating in a French cottage, it IS eating in a French cottage. Bastide means quite literally a cottage or country home and this does not disappoint. Eating down in the dining room feels like the farm hands should soon be in, but I can tell you farm hands never ate this good. The young chef, and I mean young as in probably 35, has learned his craft very well. We ate here three times during our visit, once because it was the only thing open but twice more because we found out how good it was. The menu is not extensive, but the choices always include several entrées, a meat a fish and a fowl and a couple desserts. Additionally the chef and staff are accommodating enough that I am sure they could work out a veggie dish if that was your desire. There si outside seating as well but it was a bit too cool during our visit to take advantage of it. This is a place on the rise, so eat here while you can. The food is good, the prices surprisingly low and the couple that run it are as charming and helpful as can be. Week-ends you will probably need reservations, but make some and go there, you’ll be delighted.
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