With sophisticated décor at the heart of a Renaissance building, the restaurant offers a gourmet menu for dinner and a snacking menu for lunch. It is accessed via a small bridge over the old village, where you can view the gargoyles and copper and glass lanterns…
With a sleek menu using local Provence produce, our Chef creates seasonal cuisine, varying his offerings around regional specialities revisited to tickle the most demanding taste buds: melt-in-the-mouth lamb from Provence, grilled sea bream, beef, red mullet…
Open everyday for the lunch and the dinner
Overlooking nature, our bar is part of the joy of staying at Le Vieux Castillon. Enjoy the snacks on offer for those who like to relax by the pool in the peaceful calm of sunny days, and then enjoy a glass there in the evenings when the night draws in.
The fresh and inventive cocktails can be sipped here in the magic of an idyllic setting.
Even though he proudly claims his Breton origins, the career path of the new chef of the Vieux Castillon, Sullivan le TERNUEC, has taken him from his first jobs to Mediterranean cuisine: from Nice to Eze, via Juan les pins and Propriano in Corsica, his cuisine has continued to evolve as he has met chefs and producers from the South of France.
The Meilleur Ouvrier de France, Jean Luc L’HOURRE, took him under his wing in 2012 and accompanied him in his career until his last position as Chef at the Boutique Hotel Origins Luxury Lodge in Costa Rica.
Back in France, he naturally chose the Gard and more particularly the Table du Castillon to express his creativity while enjoying the richness and variety of local Provencal products.
His generous cuisine is of Mediterranean inspiration due to his background and his encounters, he loves the moments of conviviality and exchange with customers before and after the service and willingly accepts to share with them his passion for the profession in all simplicity.