We loved about 50% of our meal and were disappointed by the remaining 50%.
Very welcoming little restaurant in the cute town of Occidental. We booked a table for 2 on a Saturday night. My appetizer was very good (beet, orange salad and blue cheese soufflé), though my husband was disappointed by his (a strange "fondue" which was just slices of melted goat cheese accompanied by chips, apples, and cornichons. Far from a traditional fondue, strange combination of ingredients...). For the main course, my husband had the beef "daube" and was very happy with that. The meat was tender and savory, served with a side of pureed potatoes. My pissaladière, sort of onion and goat cheeze pizza, was a little bland. I would have expected less of a pizza dough and more of a tart dough with some flake to it, and the onion was a little too sweet. As for dessert, the chocolate and caramel pot de creme was delicious, but I hardly ate any of my upside down apple cake which tasted only of cinnamon and not at all of apple.
Other than that, very friendly service and nice looking restaurant. They didn't charge us for my dessert (seeing that I didn't eat it), which was a very professional gesture.
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