Had lunch at this lovely little spot on a cloudy day that threatened rain. The first thing the proprietresse did was to make sure we would be protected by the awning if it rained while we were eating outdoors. She then proceeded to engage us in discussion about our tastes and preferences, making suggestions and debating some of our choices in a lighthearted yet clearly knowledgeable way. The meal was divine - from the amuse-bouche to the foie-gras to the tarte aux tomates to the creme brûlée to the local rose wine. Wish I was going to spend more time in this lovely town because this restaurant would see me often.
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