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L'Olivier Restaurant Review: Just minutes away from Place des Lices you find yourself among verdant fields and vineyards, in a lush garden planted with palm, olive, and fig trees. The sommelier whispers sweet nothings about the wines of his Provence. The waiters and waitresses are young but very well behaved. It's nice to dine here on summer evenings tucked in between the fashionable conservatory and the flower-decked terrace. The set-price meal is probably your best bet. Chef Franck Broc's cooking lacks a little depth in the vegetable tart or the steaklet, altogether rather modest, but showing what one expects from a good hotel kitchen, hardly on the level of a toque, but with the prices of three.