La Tablée brings the Northern and Southern Rhône under one big roof—and raising that roof requires a lot of work
She connects former inmates to nature, and the results are amazing.
Less traveled and far wilder than its famed neighbor of Provence, the region of Languedoc-Roussillon is bounded by the Pyrenees and the Mediterranean. Chefs have an enormous palette of sun-drenched, sea-caught and forest-raised provender to work with, and wine lists are filled with local treats. Here is a sampling of the best restaurants in one of France’s most unspoiled destinations.
The region’s 21st-century economy gives residents a hunger for the new that supports sophisticated restaurants by nationally known and up-and-coming chefs alike.