This is the place to go for a real treat dinner when in Uzès. The restaurant sits in a 16th-century stone house a couple of minutes’ drive or a ten-minute walk through the hinterlands of the town. Run by locally renowned chef Julien Lavandet, it’s a place of peace, calm and utter charm – watch for the peacock strolling nonchalantly by from the lovely garden terrace. There are two set menus of exceptional quality – fresh foie gras, Iberico pork, Pyrenean milk-fed lamb, all scented with Asian spicing or local exotica such as black garlic. The restaurant is evening-only and closes for the winter months. L’Artemise is also an eight-room luxury guesthouse if you wish to splash the cash even further.
Credit: Gary Hills
L'ArtemiseSophisticated, stylish dining in an ancient country house
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