I have been attempting to eat my way through the entire country of France for some time now, so it would be perfectly reasonable for me to have a jaded, rather road weary attitude when it comes to French food, n’est pas?
Been there, done that, right?
Not exactly my friends.
After so many years I am still absolutely amazed at the quality of cuisine, service, and wines that can be found in the most unexpected places in this wonderful country.
Is there someone out there championing the cause of the country auberge, the bistrot de pays, the common man’s stomach?
If not, sign me up, I’m your guy.
Why am I on such a foodie high?
Simple. My wife and I have just dined at Le Petit Cafe in the strangely charming Provencal village of Oppede Le Vieux (that’s Peter Mayle country by the way, and if he hasn’t been here he’s really missing out).
Situated on a charming corner of what appears to be the town’s only drive-able street, Le Petit Cafe is Continue reading