Luberon brioche soaked in chicken truffle stock, a favourite from the past; Mashed Mediterranean and Luberon anchovies, orchard fruit, Martigues caviar and crumble; Sorgue brook trout glazed with smoked butter, fresh, roasted almonds, duchesse potatoes with horseradish and lemon; Banon-style monkfish wrapped in chestnut leaves, chestnut biscuit, spelt risotto, bourride sauce; Confit lamb shoulder, pulled and rolled in baker’s pastry; Mont-Ventoux pork with quince from our orchards; Rum-flamed Provençal omelette.
Traditional Provençal farmhouse built on ruins, dating back to the era of the Knights of the Order of Malta. Michelin-starred gourmet food.
The menu skilfully breathes new life into old Provençal recipes, including a marvelous pistou soup.
The ochre colours of Roussillon and the Luberon provide a beautiful natural setting for your meal
In summer, guests can enjoy the flavours of Provence on the restaurant terrace.