This restaurant combines food with art. You will discover the paintings by local artist Virginie Broquet on display, which are based on her travels around the world. From March until the end of October the restaurant offers refined Mediterranean cooking, with dishes like the pissaladière (onion pizza) or the daube (beef stew) with wild mushrooms and also delicious Thai dishes like chicken in coconut milk with lemon grass seasoning, stir fried beef and vegetables. Every day there is a new dish created by the chef with fresh products from the market. Le Papayou also offers cooking workshop, which are available by reservation.
Cave Wilson is passionate about three things; wine, food to go with wine, and jazz. The owner... Read more