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Dinner Fri-Sat 6pm-9pm
The fantasy: a weekend in the French countryside, steering the Citroën to an unpretentious restaurant serving whatever's best on the day - no choice, no fuss. Madame Smithers makes the imaginary a reality in Trentham, where on Friday and Saturday nights she offers a menu du jour based on produce from her own farm. In summer, tomatoes are ubiquitous - they top a slab of tarte Provençal and crop up another day as chilled soup. Whole rare beef topside with salsa verde and new potatoes is served to share; dessert brings the likes of classic chocolate mousse or a chocolate éclair. A central wooden table holding enamelled water jugs sets the tone in the rustic dining room, and the two-page wine list supplements the continental idyll - it's 95 per cent French. Service is informal, occasionally to the point of inattentiveness, but on the plus side the staff are friendly and there's no language barrier.
3-course dinner $55
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