Historic. Dinner is deliberately lengthy, as a five-course event evokes the traditions of Southern France. Chef-owner Alain Borel artfully presents "cuisine Provençal moderne" in the 1753 fieldstone home, which is appointed in lovely décor and offers different dining rooms. Professional and knowledgeable service is notable. Guests can unwind in the large parlor room with pre-dining cocktails.The atmosphere is soothing and relaxed with a wonderful mix of color. The country setting affords beautiful views while dining. This restaurant creates a wonderful mix of taste and creativity among its presentations on the plate.