We had dinner at Le Resto as a treat after idle days of cheap and uncomplicated relaxing in the South of France. Sitting on an outside table with a glass of champagne, we were eagerly anticipating the food that we had walked past a few times, each time drooling and making sure we saved enough money to eat here. I had the salmon tartare which was loaded with fresh flavour of avocado and apple, with a delicate salad with the merest hint of the pungent olive oil made locally. My friend had a rich hunk of steak with carrots puree, roasted swede and a wonderful foresty selection of veggies. I crowned it off with an assiete gourmand, an apple crumble being the king of the plate rounded out with nectarine sorbet and a buttery thin of wafer.
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