Located at the Baye Bridge, in old town, the bridge restaurant is a place with character. It is held by two sisters (serving and cooking) who can easily and easily share their views on current events. We feel welcome in the family dining room. The orchids on the window, the wooden benches, the old cash register, are all personal touches that make this place so charming. The wall decoration honors the tools of the farm (fork) and the vineyard and especially the idol of these ladies, Georges Brassens. Indeed, we would have seen it here sing the Buddies first by tasting veal or veal rostrons or lamb chops of Provence herbs! Desserts are delicious and the cream burned in maple syrup is an original version that will delight amateurs.
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