Vaison la Romaine @OurHouseinProvence
Our House in ProvenceRestaurant ReviewsTaste

Vaison-la-Romaine and lunch at Bistro du’O

Contributor blog post by Michel: We go to Vaison-la-Romaine frequently, usually with camera in hand, so we have similar pictures shot during various times of the year. A few weeks ago, we went for lunch at Bistro du’O. So besides telling you about our lunch, I thought I would share …

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David & Karen TaylorRestaurant ReviewsTaste

Fabulous dinner at La Bartavelle in Goult

Contributor blog post by David Taylor: The 2016 season has begun, a sure sign of which is the reopening of many of our favourite restaurants. la Bartavelle is a small cosy restaurant seating about 20 covers in the back streets of Goult. The menu at 45 € offers an amuse bouche …

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Sunday Lunch in #Avignon @OurHouseinProvence
Our House in ProvenceRestaurant ReviewsTaste

Sunday Lunch in Avingon at Italie là-bas!

Contributor blog post by Michel: Avignon offers a great many dining choices for all tastes and budgets, in different settings from private gardens, below churches in 17th century dining rooms, in hidden courtyards to name a few. But like many towns in the South of France, there are not many …

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AixcentricRestaurant ReviewsTaste

New – an Anticafé in Aix

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric: Opening a café in Aix can’t be easy when there are so many already in the town; but this one has quite a USP. Instead of paying for what you drink or eat, you pay for the time you sit there. The first hour is …

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Bec au Vin #Uzes @ShutrsSunflowrs
Caroline LongstaffeRestaurant ReviewsTaste

Restaurants and dining in Uzès

Contributor blog post by Caroline Longstaffe: Dining under the golden arches in Place aux Herbes, shaded by the broad sycamore branches in the square. Enjoying ‘feu de bois’ pizzas on a cobbled streets or a pretty terrace. Savouring French cuisine at its best in an elegant dining room or exquisite garden; just a …

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Markets in Provence #Markets #TastesofProvence @PerfProvence
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottMarketsRestaurant ReviewsTaste

5 Provence Dining Tips from Cafes to Markets

Provence is filled with dining possibilities from picnics to Michelin-starred tables. The good news is it is hard to get a bad meal if you follow your nose and a few ground rules. Cafés offer table service for coffee and other beverages (think rosé and pastis) throughout the day. Cafés are typically open …

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Louis XV in Monaco @AccessRiviera
Current EventsRebecca WhitlockeRestaurant ReviewsTaste

La Liste : 118 French Restaurants Get It Right

Contributor blog post by Access Riviera: La Liste, a selection of the 1000 most impressive restaurants in the world, was published at the end of last year with Benoît Violier’s Restaurant de l’Hôtel de Ville in Crissier, Switzerland, coming out on top. Thomas Keller’s Per Se, in New York, came …

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Le Sanglier Paresseux Restaurant Caseneuve
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Le Sanglier Paresseux Restaurant Caseneuve

Contributor blog post by Michel: A couple of months back, I told you about a trip we took with our friends Steve and Mary to taste ice cream at Scaramouche Artisan Glacier, the ice cream shop owned by Elizabeth Bard and her husband Gwendal in Céreste. It is 91 km …

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Bistrot de Pierrerue #TastesofProvence @Spacebetweenfr
Liz LordRestaurant ReviewsTaste

Why You Should Visit the Village of Pierrerue

Hidden Provence is a chance to explore a less travelled part of Provence. This 8 night (7 day) walking tour is run by Liz Lord and her husband, Mel. During the trip, the group is based out of a private home near Forcalquier. Liz wrote the following post after their last …

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Chez le Gard #Restaurants near #AixenProvence @Aixcentric
AixcentricRestaurant ReviewsTaste

Lunch in the Countryside Near Aix

Contributor blog post by Aixcentric: Here’s a recommendation for lunch which will take you right off the beaten track and far away from tourist groups. Don’t read on if you are looking for fine dining and sophistication. Chez-le-Garde won’t offer you that. But for me, it was a truly Provencal …

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