Fodor's Expert Review Chez Bob
In a smoky, isolated stone farmhouse filled with old posters, you'll taste Camargue cooking at its rustic best. There's only the daily four-course menu (€45), which can include anything from anchoïade (crudités with hard-cooked egg—still in the shell—and anchovy vinaigrette) to homemade duck pâté thick with peppercorns, and often features the pièce de résistance: a thick, sizzling slab of bull steak grilled in the roaring fireplace. Sprinkle on hand-skimmed sea salt and dig in while listening to the migrating birds pass by. Sunday at lunch, professional musicians add to the already authentic ambience.
D37, Rte. du Sambuc
Aigues-Mortes, Occitania 13200, France