There was a group of us(8 people) that met at Provence for lunch. Six of us are retired and two are still young and still working. We all started with brewed ice tea with lemon. Since it was lunch we didn't have appetizers to start. Two people had the
Poulet Panini Wrap - Grilled Chicken, Roasted Peppers, Gruyere, Arugula and Basil Pesto in a Grilled Sun Dried Tomato Wrap for $11. Three people had the Croque Monsieur-Grilled Country Ham, Gruyere Cheese, Tomato and Whole Grain Mustard on Alsatian White Bread for $11. Two people had the Risotto special with duck confit, chorizo, and a vegetable for $17. One asked if they could have a piece of salmon on salad greens. They had no problem accommodating him. i believe that also was $17. Seven people also had small garden salad for lunch. Tod our waiter was very professional, knew his menu, but also was nice to talk to. Provence is an upscale restaurant, but well worth it . Price per person with a 22% tip came to $25. I would definitely recommend Provence to anyone who appreciates fine food with beautiful presentation.
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