Serving traditional French and Provencal cuisine, the “menu tradition” starts at around $48 while “meal gourmand” comes closer to $67. In-season additions are added to old favorites. Expect to spot the owner rounding the tables greeting his guests like long-lost friends. It’s not hard to see why, as you’ll return to Le Bistrot as well. The Risotto al Mar is not to be missed. In warmer weather, try al fresco dining on the square offering a view of the village, or remain indoors enjoying the natural coolness from the stone interior.