Food and drink
No great surprises here. The Auberge majors on well-worked Provençal favourites – the stuff everyone actually wants to eat when they are in the south of France. So look out for daube beef stew in wine, bass, bream, hare chasseur and excellent lamb dishes. In summer, the barbecue fires up for herby fish and meat preparations.
Relaxed and friendly, it’s a first-name sort of place – but with a sense of style which stops it tipping over into mateyness. You’ll want to be on reasonable behaviour.
As mentioned above, it’s warm, ever-so-attentive – and professional. You’d expect nothing less. Greta Garbo used to come here.
Bang in the centre of St Tropez – down a little street an olive-stone spit from the Place des Lices.
Evening menus from around €50.
- Families with teenagers
- First-time travellers
- Mature travellers
- Seasoned travellers
- People watching