Beautiful setting, little charming garden. The food was excelkent and beautifully presented. We had the fish of the day and duck breast as main, delicious. You must try the pistachio Creme brulee!
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Fantastic provencal tastes and more from an excellent, hidden away restaurant in the charming village of St Didier, not so far from Avignon. Try the tomato tatin, whose concentrated tastes are mind blowing and memorable (we got the recipe and will be trying to replicate,...More
The locals cast sneers at our party of eight Americans, but the food was fabulous. The service was as lethargic as one would expect in Provence, but what can you expect from a diligent and gifted chef/owner working the kitchen by himself and one fellow...More
We were staying in St Didier for 5 nights and selected this restaurant one evening. It has a beautiful outside eating area, however as it was a little cool we and all the other diners were inside the restaurant. The lady serving us was friendly...More
Next to the "lavoir" of charming village Saint-Didier this nice and cosy restaurant serves really good fresh food and wines for a very reasonable price! You can sit outside on the terrace and enjoy a relaxed, quiet and tasty evening. Service is very good and...More
Once again we had such super meals at this pretty restaurant. Our time in Vaucluse passed all to rapidly but we managed a few meals (both lunch and dinner) at this family run restaurant. Never disappointed. Will return .
I have dined in this friendly restaurant several times of the past years and always been happy with the food and wine. Both meat and fish dishes are tasty and nicely presented. In summer the garden/courtyard is very pleasant. Prices are a bit higher than...More
We had excellent meal. Very good local cuisine. Right degree of informality. You can choose to eat indoors or out. Even though the restaurant was busy the service was still very good and efficient. Would highly recommend to anyone visiting this area.
L'autre côté du Lavoir is a family run restaurant serving freshly cooked, tasty food . The setting is behind the village Lavoir nestling between lovely stone houses. We have been to this restaurant many times over 15 years and never been disappointed . Worth a...More
Last time I was in St Didier it was 39 degrees in the Long Hot Summer of 2003 - and I was cycling! This time we almost had to cancel our reservation because it was bucketing down so hard in L'Isle sur la Sorgue we...More