Bistrot le 5 Menerbes Luberon
Cheryl ShufflebothamRestaurant ReviewsTaste

Bistrot le 5 in the Luberon Village of Ménerbes

Contributor blog post by Cheryl Shufflebotham: Looking for fresh, local, delicious food on a beautiful terrace overlooking the Luberon valley? You won’t be disappointed at Bistrot le 5. The food is excellent, with the most visually appealing presentation. Even more, this outdoor bistrot is located in the most polished of …

Marseille vieux port
Our House in ProvenceRestaurant ReviewsTaste

A trip to Marseille for an authentic Bouillabaisse

Contributor blog post by Michel: We had been talking about throwing a Provence Party in our backyard with a traditional Bouillabaisse for some time. We had even told the neighbors it would take place in August when we returned from Sablet. While we were in Provence,I wanted to go to …

Uzes views @bfblogger2015
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Uzes: A Culinary Journey in the South of France

Contributor blog post by Deborah Bine: You would be forgiven for thinking that Paris is the best place to experience French food. However, surprisingly many would argue against such a claim. While it is at the forefront, and to some extent the gateway to French cuisine for the average traveler, …

St Remy #LocalsTips @frenchessence
Restaurant ReviewsTasteVicki ArcherWhere the "locals" Go

“Where To” In Saint Rémy de Provence: #2

Contributor blog post by Vicki Archer: The most important “where to” in Saint Rémy de Provence is the most difficult to answer. Where to eat? The question everyone wants to know other than, “where to stay”. It doesn’t matter how familiar a place is, restaurants are a tough one to …

Lacoste #Luberon @AnthonyCraig
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Goult and Lacoste Hidden Gems in the Luberon

After a 45-year business career with some of the largest corporations in the world, Anthony Craig called it quits. It was a milestone moment when he resigned from nine corporate boards, and he and his wife relocated to Provence. Craig is now a published author, his book It’s All About Lunch shares their story of renovations …

Dinner #Goult @ProvenceTayls
David & Karen TaylorRestaurant ReviewsTaste

Another Enjoyable Dinner in Goult

Contributor blog post by David Taylor: Le Carillon in Goult, opposite the church is a friendly, smart restaurant with an a la carte menu or fixed price at 36€ or 48€ which covers three courses and an amuse bouche . There is a good wine list from the local area …

Seguret #RhoneValley @CobblestonesandVineyards
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Séguret—A Jewel of the Rhône Valley

Contributor blog post by Cheryl Shufflebotham: The village of Séguret is visually stunning in every way. It’s the prettiest Provençal village I have encountered thus far. It certainly gives my favorite, Joucas, a run for its money. This charming jewel of a village is filled with colorful flowers and crazy charm …

Vaison la Romaine @OurHouseinProvence
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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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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 …

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 …