Under the watchful eye of the Saint-Cyr bell tower, this restaurant offers a panoramic view and marketplace atmosphere, punctuated by the gentle chink of pétanque balls. During the summer months, the terrace becomes a place to pass the time of day, where the warmth and friendliness is difficult to resist. Behind its scarlet façade, the wall of bottles indicates this location’s second characteristic – that of a wine specialist, as well as a superb village restaurant. This is the result of the unsurpassed combination of chef, Michael Gaudinet, with all his experience in Michelin-starred establishments and David Pouly, who seeks out real gems in the world of wine. Superb ingredients bought from the market nearby feature on the regularly updated menu. The descriptions can be disarming in their simplicity – ‘Ham, sautéed potatoes’ for example! However, do not be fooled. The cuisine is superb and the pan-fried sweetbreads are outstanding.