We ate lunch in la Pinte at the Roseraie and took the daily "Menu du Marché". we started with a risotto, then had lamb chops and finally a chocolate macaroon with passion fruit sorbet. The dishes were good, and perfectly seasoned. However, compared to other similar restaurants we found the price expensive - 59frs for the menu and with a nice half bottle of Syrah, water and coffee the total was close to 170frs for two. Which is a lot for what we ate.
The main restaurant looked rather nice and has a nice view across the plain of the Rhône to the mountains. I think they have a large terrace in summer. The Pinte is tiny - maybe only 12 covers?
The people running the restaurant are very friendly and we had no complaints about the service. The Ladies bathroom is rather "OTT" and could do with re-decoration... but you do not go to a restaurant for the loo!!
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