In its fresh and lively decor, the dining room and terrace of the Cabro d’Or offers an ideal setting to delight with the true and refined cuisine of Chef Michel Hulin.
Michel Hulin’s menu changes each season : a tribute to tradition, freshness and originality with the daring and imagination of an experienced Chef whom takes satisfaction from the emotion transmitted to his guests.
To pair all those exquisite dishes there is a wide range of wines from Provence.
• Until September 30, 2020: Closed weekly on Mondays and Tuesdays for lunch. Reopened on Tuesday evening.
• Starting September 30, 2020: Closed weekly on Mondays and Tuesdays.
• During the holiday season: Closed on December 20 after lunch and on December 21 and on December 31 at lunch.
• From January 03, 2021 in the evening: Weekly closure on Sunday evenings, Mondays and Tuesdays.
• From 05 March to 30 April 2021 : Weekly closure on Mondays and Tuesdays – except Monday 05 April (Easter)
• Starting May 1, 2021: Open daily
At the head of the kitchens of our gastronomic restaurant in Provence La Cabro d'Or, under the advice of Jean-André Charial, owner of Baumanière, Michel Hulin and his 15-person brigade have been working since 2001. This fisherman's son born in Port la Nouvelle studied at the hotel school in Perpignan, then his weapons with the iconic chefs Gérard Boyer and Michel Guérard.
For the sake of perpetual renewal, the dishes of its sunny menu offer a clever mix of textures: mellow, crunchy ...; parmesan shavings, tomato confit with saffron and olivettes, asparagus from the country, scallops in carpaccio, squab, fillet of bull and suckling pig. These are some of the spring variations of the menu proposed by chef Michel Hulin. A menu that varies with each season and in which it combines tradition, freshness and originality with the audacity and imagination of an experienced technician and a man who enjoys pleasure.
To complete the delight, the cellar of La Cabro d'Or our gourmet restaurant in Provence offers a discovery of the most beautiful references of the wines of Provence, especially those blooming within the Alpilles: AOC Baux de Provence.
Baumanière also offers an exceptional collection with a jewel of more than 60,000 bottles in the cellar of its restaurant, 2 Michelin stars, Oustau de Baumanière including some rare and very popular cuvées.