Cafe Provence is closed and has been replaced by Tru Burger Co. which is fantastic! A dozen different gourmet Angus and Kobe beef burgers, build your own burger, sandwiches, salads and unique sides. Complimented by a full bar.
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To me the now defunct-closed Cafe Provence in Anthem was the best restaurant in Anthem. If I had only gone more maybe they would still be in business... Next.
This restaurant is inconsistent. Sometimes service and fodd are good and the value is fine; however, on other occasions, service is slow and the order brought is not what was ordered. There are better options in Anthem
Stopped by and saw a sign, the owner was locked out for failure to pay rent..it's sad when restaurants close because they fail to pay rent, feel sorry for employees who need work..... On a good Note a new Resturant is going in Blu Burger,...More
we have eaten here a few times for lunch and dinner. The food is excellent, but do not expect it to be served at a reasonable time. If you have plenty of time to wait on the food, it is okay, but do not expect...More
Have eaten here several times and enjoy the food and atmosphere. quiet small place with excellent appetizers and salads. mostly have only had lunch here.
This little French restaurant in the heart on Anthem is good. My husband and I went for our anniversary. The food was good, but the prices were higher than we expected. Scottsdale prices for small town food. The service was excellent and very helpful. They...More
Our steak dinner was excellent. Reasonably priced and staff very courteous and attentive. Would definitely eat here again.
We recently moved here, and whenever we asked about a fine restaurant nearby, people suggested Cafe Provence. The food was delicious, the service was exceptional, the restaurant was clean, the ambiance was lovely. We couldn't understand why, at dinner time, there was only one couple...More