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News from Mas de la Fouque

New decoration of the restaurant La Table de Marius

Décoration Mas de la Fouque

Revival at La Table de Marius, the restaurant at Le Mas de la Fouque

After major renovation and interior design work, the Mas de la Fouque team is proud to announce that the new decoration of the Table de Marius restaurant imagined and created by interior designer Christian Collot, in collaboration with Magali Fuchs, is over.

Elegant, natural and slightly offbeat, the creative work was above all guided and inspired by what makes the strength of Mas de La Fouque: the colors of the Camargue.

The marshes, the sunset, the Camargue lands, migratory birds, the rice fields and the salt marshes… so many components which influenced the artistic choices of the Camargue-Tahitian decorator.

Carte blanche for this project

Driven by the world of fashion, and guided by memories of his travels, Christian Collot gives a warm soul and a strong personality to the Mas de La Fouque restaurant, by combining atypical objects and creations from local boutiques, such as Maison Mayor and Les Indiennes de Nîmes.

The challenge of the project was to be able to retranscribe nature inside the restaurant. To achieve this, we chose natural materials such as wood and stone, and layered them with furniture that was both modern and warm. Everything was tailor-made. A touch of the Camargue can be found in every corner of the restaurant, notably in the shape of the armrests of the chairs, which resemble bull horns. As for the rest, I leave it to you to keep your eyes open and observe the details !”.


Christian Collot, decorator of La Table de Marius

La Table de Marius: heart on the plate, eyes on the Camargue

In addition to the restaurant’s new decor, a visit to La Table de Marius is also an opportunity to discover the new menu. Committed to the region, chef Jérémy Faure creates menus that are as close as possible to the products and the environment, and enjoys reinventing the Camargue terroir with creative cuisine.

The menu is designed to bring out the best in the produce, in tune with nature and the seasons: Gardiane de Taureau, bouillabaisse and crispy Camargue rice are just some of the traditional flavors revisited in this springtime menu.

Committed to promoting the region’s culinary heritage, La Table de Marius is a member of the Conservatoire Grand Sud des Cuisines de Camargue.

Combining simplicity and an idyllic setting in the heart of nature, chef Jérémy Faure offers a bistro menu at lunchtime and a gastronomic menu in the evening (five-course tasting menu, “Comme une promenade en Camargue”).

About Christian Collot and Magali Fuchs

Franco-Tahitian by birth, Camargue by choice, Christian Collot is a decorator known for his exuberance, his passion for aesthetics and his offbeat universe. Inspired above all by places and spaces, he shatters styles and mixes eras, for an ever more breathtaking result. His creations include the Hôtel Richer de Belleval in Montpellier and the Carré Mer private beach restaurant in Villeneuve-lès-Maguelone.

Magali Fuchs, a Parisian living in the Camargue, spent a long time in the world of photography, before becoming a freelance interior designer, working alongside Christian Collot.

It’s time to come and discover the flavors and the decoration, steeped in Camargue culture!