Amuse-bouche : Crunchy toast spoons with tomato and basil

Summer is going by like a speedboat!  I’ve been too busy to do much cooking, but of course, not too busy to eat!

L’Auberge de Presbytère is one of my favorite restaurants.  Imagine driving through the valley of a small mountain. The road curves and climbs around the mountain. You spot at the top of the hill an ancient stone presbytery.  There is a terrace that looks over the valley studded with trees.  Six tables dot the terrace.  You arrive to a delightfully warm welcome.  It’s a beautiful day, warm with a cool breeze.  I love coming here.

A seafood spring roll served with roquette salade and white chocolate sauce

Seared tuna with octopus ink polenta and vanilla bean olive oil

Goat cheese with chocolate and pistachio

Strawberry mousse club sandwich

I didn’t get a photo of the coffee served with pistachio financiers (little almond cakes) and watermelon fruit jelly.

The menu changes constantly, so there are always new things to taste.

Bon appétit and happy tastings!



  1. This place looks so delicious!! I only live about an hour or so from it so I will definitely be trying it one of these days!! (:

  2. camile

    yummy! 😀

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