Table d'Hôtes


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Dine with us at the Mas


Join us for an evening of culinary delights and good company

We love hosting our guests at our 'table d'hotes' (host's table) for an evening of great food and conversation. We pride ourselves in creating locally-sourced traditional French fare to give you a taste of the region's best flavours.
Our menus change daily, depending on what's fresh in the market and ready to harvest in our own garden. Each menu consists of a starter, main course (either fish or meat), cheeseboard and dessert. Please let us know at least two days in advance if you'd like to join us for dinner. Prefer something simpler? Just tell us. We'd be happy to prepare a simpler meal for you as long as we don't have existing dinner reservations for that evening.


Dinner costs 40 Euro per person, excluding drinks.


We pair each meal with wines from our top regional vineyards. Let us surprise you with our whites, rosés and reds from the Earldom of Uzès and the Cevennes.


We only accept dinner reservations from house guests.











Wines from our friendly vintners


Our aim is to create a unique gastronomic experience that lets you enjoy the best the South of France has to offer. That's why we handpick the only finest wines from indepenent local winegrowers.

vin de Clos-Galant

Domaine Clos Galant
Aubussargues

Vin du domaine du Chêne

Domaine du Chêne
Castelnau-Valence

vin des vignes de l'Arque

Les vignes de l'Arque
Baron

Vin du domaine Chabrier

Domaine Chabrier
Bourdic











Pumpkin pie


For 4-6 people:
1 sheet shortcrust pastry
500g pumpkin puree
60 g brown sugar
60 g caster sugar
2 eggs, yolks separated
1 teaspoon cinnamon
150 ml orange juice, freshly squeezed
250 ml double cream


Preparation

Pre-heat the oven to 180°C (gas mark 4, 356°F)
Combine the puree, sugars and orange juice in a pan. Simmer until the puree has reduced and thickened.
Leave to cool.
Add the egg yoks, cream and cinammon. In a separate bowl, beat the eggwhite until stiff, then fold into the mix gently so as not to knock out all the air.
Lay the pastry dough into a buttered pie mould and gently press into the edges. Pour the pumpkin mix on top. Bake for 25 minutes.
Remove when golden brown and leave to cool. Best enjoyed cold.

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