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98 Provence Restaurant Review: This cozy little cottage with a bakery in back has a warm and welcoming staff who know the simple, elegant French menu inside and out. Start in the renovated bar with snacks like lamb croquettes or charcuterie. Move to the elegant dining room for grilled quail with savory on braised young fennel with chorizo and saffron, or fisherman soup with Maine seafood and the flavors of Provence. A light salad might precede lamb loin grilled with pancetta, chickpea croquette and asparagus salad, or duck magret in juniper crust with a fricassée of porcini and fava beans, both delicate enough for the season. Desserts are rich and traditional, like a stone fruit tart, hot and melting with cream. The wine list favors old-world selections, but there's enough variety for all.