Excellent food and excellent service!
Excellent experience both food and hospitality at a reasonable price
We are used to the authentic French Restaurant that the Provençal was. The atmosphere is cold and sterile. Before, you felt like you were in France for an evening. Not anymore. The food was acceptable but serving potato chips as a starch is not acceptable. The lamb was requested medium, it was medium well. They had one non alcoholic beer left. Overall disappointing bc we really miss FRANCE and Danny.
Not coming back!
New ownership, supposedly same chef (Jean Pierre) and it was all dissapointmet after dissaointmenrt! ! Waitress was nice but food was absolutely disgusting! And the manager was very rude...,.not to mention he has no clue about how to court their customers!
Let start counting months....my bet: 8 months tops! And bye bye.
The food wasn't great and for the price of it it should be outstanding . My shrimp was a little over cooked. The sides were small
The waiter was obsequious but didn't gave an opinion on one thing or another.
Have dined there twice and will come back again. It is all new, the ambience is beautiful. The food is delicious and a very varied and creative menu. Great service and our server even suggested sharing dishes, nice to be able to taste more things.
everything here was good...the only feedback I gave to the server was that it was way too bright and the music at times a little too loud...otherwise...excellent
The food was good as was the service. But the drink my husband ordered at $12.00 was quite skimpy so he said he would not come back.
This restaurant was a gem before it was renovated. Now it has no character. The "background" music was so loud that we had to request that it be lowered because we came to dine and talk, not for a concert. The service was very poor (except when the manager came by to help out). The food was not up to the previous standard. The high prices were totally unjustified. We do not plan to come back.
Le Provencial recently underwent a transformation to a more contemporary atmosphere and cuisine while still staying true to its French roots. Located a few doors from the Gables Stage it is a perfect location, and now with their pre-theater menu, a great choice for dinner before the show. The pre-theater menu is a bargain at $24 for a first and main course. We started with a cram of vegetable soup - well seasoned with pureed vegetables. There were 3 choices for the main course all well prepared and beautiful presented. The skirt steak with shoestring french fries, roasted chicken with vegetables and salmon with lentils. Service was attentive but un-rushed and we were finished in plenty of time for theater. We look forward to returning on another occasion when we will explore their regular menu.