This warm and convivial contemporary dining room—well located near the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Old Town—has become a favorite haunt of locals seeking gourmet dining on a budget. Chef Vincent Gourdier's market-driven cuisine emphasizes local bounty with a Mediterranian flair. Portions are ample for dishes like grilled scallops and spinach with smoked pumpkin cream and wild rice, or cocotte of slow-cooked veal with sage, fricasseed mushrooms, and macaroni
gratin. There are also plenty of vegetarian dishes and a fine children's menu. The inviting outdoor terrace is a relaxing place to enjoy your meal along with a little people watching. Best of all, it's open seven days a week, a rarity in France.