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Where to Eat Lunch in Aix-en-Provence?

Entre Midi et Deux

What better name for a restaurant that was only open for lunch than Entre Midi et Deux? Located on dynamic Rue d’Italie in Aix-en-Provence, this restaurant has no problem filling their tables. Reservations are a must.

Sometimes it’s a treat to go to lunch where there’s a nice ironed white tablecloth and silver-plated napkin rings writes local foodie Susan Gish.

The two small, bright dining rooms are not stuffy or fancy at all. It’s bustling, with all of the servers saying, ‘J’arrive, j’arrive!’, but in the end, you aren’t rushed.

The chef at Entre Midi et Deux prepares two plats du jour daily. There is also a steak tartare, a tartare de dorade, entrecote, carpaccio (they come with fries!). There are two salads, one with encornets (squid) and a césar with chicken.

Entre Midi et Deux (Facebook Page)
9 rue d’Italie
Monday – Saturday open for lunch (only)
Open from 12h – 15h
Telephone +33 (0)4 42 27 94 75
Reservations recommended

Continue reading here for Susan’s full restaurant review for Aixcentric.

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