We’ve visited this gem many times already and have remained with a fondness for both the remaining unchanged high level of haute cuisine and service.
In the heart of the old town this restaurant is a splendid example of how cuisine meets high standards, and with the guarantee that everything is fresh and made on the spot from start, you’ll have to be sure to dine earlier than later as some dishes may not be available at the later evening, as is in French brasseries…
A mix of Mediterranean French and local taste with freshly prepared dishes for all tastes except for vegans, be prepared to wait a short while, as this is not the place to rush in and out of. The menu is limited to 7-8 mains and 5-6 starters (and excellent desserts…) but what it lacks in numbers it makes up in quality.
What’s more, sofisticated staff are always ready to cater any quirks and requests, and the manager/owner is unobtrusive but efficiently meets all our needs every time. The wines are well chosen (be prepared to take a bottle, French style… (Wine by the glass is limited to one or possibly two choices) and the cocktails really superb (and less priced than anywhere else in finer restaurants).
Pricewise it varies depending on one’s choices, but generally it’s average to high. Not to put a dent in it though, so is the clientèle. It’s a haven away from the quotidian local standards for any type of social meet.
Finally, the environment, a restaurant-gallery of very nicely chosen few pieces of fine art changing periodically, amidst a sandstone walled house with inner courtyard in the summer.
The consequentially timeless inner city with its multi layered cultural history, in the face of an aesthetically graceful renovated old house.”