Review copied from Frommers:
For many decades, the “Golden Dove” has been St-Paul’s most celebrated restaurant — not for cutting-edge cuisine or exotic experiments, but for its remarkable art collection. You can dine amid Mirós, Picassos, Dufys, Signacs, and Calders. In fair weather everyone tries for a seat on the terrace. You can start with a basket of crudités (raw vegetables) or a summer truffle salad before venturing for a rack of lamb or an oven-baked beef with gratin dauphinois(potato). The rustic cuisine acts as a subtle foil to this mythical place.
La Colombe also runs several guest rooms (13 doubles, 12 apartments) in an original 16th-century stone house; two wings were added in the 1950s, one of which stretches into the garden next to the pool. Some units have exposed stone and ceiling beams; all are comfortable, with air-conditioning, minibars, and TVs. Prices are 250€-430€.