La Gloire de mon Pere
Right in the middle of Seillans in a small, but attractive square. La Gloire de mon Pere is nested in a corner under a large plane tree, next to the old lavanderie. We went there on a rainy day and had a very pleasant fixed price menu: local cuisine, simply and well excuted.
From memory, the menu came it a ca. 30 euros. Service was good, decor attractive. Highly recommended by our friends from Seillans (it would be their closest restaurant).
Le Relais d'Olea
Almost opposite "La Gloire de mon Pere" in Seillans is the much trumpeted Relais d'Olea. Cheffed by Hermance Carro (daughter of Alain Carro, the chef of michelin-starrer Le Castelleras), it received a reasonable amount of publicity because of her appearance in French TV's Madame Le Chef. Provencal cuisine, interestingly and well presented. I think when the Olea opened, it came across as over-hyped and pricey, but appears to have settled at the 25-30 Euros mark. Hermance also operates a foodie store next to the Olea which sells wine, local goodies and her book: I was dead chuffed when Hermance signed my copy.