With everything from frogs’ legs to pizza, Bistro Provence provides a French fine dining experience that will satisfy every mood. The Bistro Pizza is topped with prosciutto, mushrooms, and Swiss and goat cheeses. But the restaurant also offers the Pizza Nonni, loaded with onion confit, Swiss and goat cheese, and escargot. Yes, snails and frogs’ legs on the menu definitely let diners know it’s a French restaurant. However, after one bite of the grenouilles Méditerranéennes sautéed in butter, shallots, garlic and parsley, you’ll forget all about the amphibian it once was and focus instead on the delicate battering and the vaguely sweet meat. For more American palates, Bistro Provence offers dishes like poussin roti (oven-roasted Cornish hen topped with herbes de provence and Dijon mustard), côte de porc (grilled pork chop with sage and mustard rub, ratatouille, and roasted potatoes), and boeuf cocotto camarguais (tender beef stew with tomato, sweet bell peppers, and black olives).