Came back after a gap of a year to an previously excellent restaurant which had in the meanwhile advanced to outstanding.
We had a warm greeting from the patronne/chief sommelier and took the remaining table. Each course was interspersed with amuses bouche and treats and it was difficult to remember what we actually ordered. We received a beautifully served sequence of excellent Provençal cooking utilising in the most imaginative way possible the wonderful resources and products found locally where the Alps and the Mediterranean meet.
A really interesting wine list complemented the food with rare but not overpriced choices from Provence Languedoc and the Rhône in addition to a normal French wine list.
Hostellerie Jerome now deserves at least one more Michelin star - it is one of the top 2 or 3 restaurants on the Cote d’Azur
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