Going to Le Rocher feels like embarquing on an adventure. After following the signs along a dusty road, you arrive at a cul de sac in a beautiful secluded bay. This year the restaurant is run by Alain Passard apprentices and the quality of the food is outstanding. The menu changes daily, based on what is available locally. My starter was an artichoke served with a mint and olive oil dressing, simple yet delicious. My main course was a black risotto with Corsican langoustine, perfection.
Although they do not have a children's menu per se, they were able to accomodate our five year old daughter, serving her a lovely veal and mashed potato dish. Desserts are wonderful too.
The restaurant will be closing at the end of September and it will be worth double checking whether the same team will be returning next year.
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