An immersion in the heart of Provence implies to taste the flavours of its cuisine…
At twilight time, a thousand candles lit up the Villa Gallici, which gives this so much appreciated quiet atmosphere. Their flickering glow is reflected on each table of the restaurant in the cosy lounges where dinner is shared with friends or family in deep sofas.
In springtime or summertime, the tables are laid under the plane trees.
Our chef, Christophe Gavot, will enrapture your senses. The blending of flavours is acutely balanced and tradition meets exoticism and the new cooking fashion to give birth to dishes such as butter fried scallops, fine saffron gelly with lemon pepper, Parmesan slices. If Provence is often refered to in the Villa Gallici restaurant, it is in an original way, as for the Pavé de Loup.
The Villa Gallici utler, Stéphane Gilbert, will recommend the best wine to match your choice. You’ll be remarkably and discretely waited on by him and his team.