This exquisite little restaurant will delight your desires with and excellent menu and great local wines. The staff is friendly and accomodating. I would recommend and retuen again.
Short and sweet: This is the best meal we have had in a week in Avignon. The chef is cutting edge original in his use of local best-quality ingredients, without being all foamy, foodie, small-platey trendy. This food has legs. And the price: lunch formula 12€. And not a stripped down formula, either, but instead thoughtful delicious preparations. Would easily... More
During my visit to Avignon, I chose this restaurant after searching for many good reviews. But I was very very disappointed. The chef was very rude (but servers were kind), and the meet was hard and tough. It was like a cow skin. I couldn't chew at all. Moreover what makes me more angry was the chef's attitude. He was... More
Modern not traditional French. We couldn't go past their lunch special of €12 for the Plat du Jour and any dessert from their dessert menu. The Plat du Jour was Sole served with a tasty vegetable melange and a full bodied, but not heavily so, curry spiced couscous. Nicely cooked fish, and tasty overall. For dessert we each had a... More
Had dinner last night and very happy with it. Great value set menu and lovely creative French food! Portion were very generous and there was also a good list of wines - this is definitely a good address!
Yuck! Such a let down - especially after having an incredible lunch at L' Aile ou la Cuisse in St. Remy today. I had read this place was good, but it is not. Nothing creative and exciting happening here. Artichoke ravioli wasn't a ravioli it was basically a cheesy artichoke dip served as an appetizer, husband had Creative Salad which... More
My girlfriend and I came here on the first night of our holiday in Avignon on recommendation from our hotel. We are glad we did as we had a really enjoyable meal and very interesting food. To start I had snails (seeing as it was a first night in France) which were done in tomato based sauce - really nice.... More
We spent today wandering the many winding streets of Avignon, viewed the Palace of the Popes from the square and also from the nearby garden as well as gazing out over the valleys of Provence from this hilltop site. Avignon is the heart of Provence and makes a strong impression when approaching it. The city of just under 100k residents,... More
As other reviewers have noted this place serves some interesting and creative cuisine, is in an excellent location and offers such as those it has on at lunchtimes are great value. That said the restaurant was distinctly understaffed and not at all child friendly i. e. no child menu and no concession made to smaller appetites such as offering smaller... More
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