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 (€43), which can include anything from anchoïade (crudités with hard-cooked egg—still in the shell—and anchovy vinaigrette), homemade duck pâté thick with peppercorns, and often 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.
Mas Petite Antonelle, Rte. du Sambuc, Villeneuve, Aigues-Mortes, 13200, France