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Our Favourite Places to Eat in Aix-en-Provence

According to Susan and Chef Sam Gish, who both love delicious food, there are many amazing places to eat in Aix-en-Provence. However, Susan selected five (5) of their favourites. Please note these are small restaurants and bistros, it is always best to reserve a table in advance.

Eating in Aix-en-Provence

11, rue Chastel – a small street just behind the Place des Precheurs
There is outdoor seating as well as indoor. +33 (0)6 08 60 33 95
Open Tuesday-Saturday from 9h-15h for lunch, or stop in for a coffee and a piece of cake in the morning.

Don’t skip the Fondant au Chocolat!

Aux Pates Fraiches
The food shop specializes in fresh pasta, made daily.
12 rue Laurent Fauchier
Telephone: +33 (0)4 42 26 23 74
Open Tuesday – Saturday 9h-19h

It’s on the street behind the Fontaine au Sanglier off of Place Richelme and the fish market.

Try the truffle cashews!

Au Pave du Roy
This Artisan Patissier, Chocolatier, Boulanger, Glacier, Traiteur is ready to satisfy your sweet and savoury cravings. Everything is made onsite.

9 Cours d’Orbitelle next to Hôtel Roi René
Telephone +33 (0)4 42 26 22 81
Open Tuesday – Sunday 7h-20h

Their pistachio almond croissant is a must-try!

This Méditerranean street food café started off as a food truck at the market.

6 rue des Bernardines
Telephone +33 (0)4 42 38 93 54
Open Tuesday-Saturday 11h30-15h & Friday and Saturday also for dinner 18h-21h

According to Susan, the grilled aubergine, coleslaw, creamy hummus and tomato/red onion salad are fantastic. And, so are the falafel, kefta, and chicken shawarma. Well, you get the idea.

Meow Cats Café

Morgane the cook and everything is homemade with love. Enjoy the re-invention of the virgin mojito as well as milkshakes and chai latte frappés. The salads are uniquely layered in ball jars and the wraps are good too.

10 rue de la Fonderie – on a side street close to the Peripherique and Arts & Metiers
Telephone +33 (0)9 83 81 18 24
Open Tuesday – Saturday 11h-18h

Enjoy a few moments of relaxation, and do try one of her desserts.

Continue reading here for additional details about these restaurants on Aixcentric.

Americans Susan and Sam Gish moved to Aix-en-Provence two years ago. It’s unlikely that this Francophile couple’s relocation to France, from Philadelphia, was a surprise to any of their food industry friends. During previous travels to France, Susan and Sam discovered the influence of terroir in the different French wine regions. They even honeymooned in Épernay (Champagne). Read what they have to say about living in Aix-en-Provence.

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Lynne Alderson

Aixcentric was set up by Lynne Alderson three years ago as a channel to send out info on events taking place around Aix as well as news, relevant books, the latest films, new shops and of course where to eat locally. Why?

According, to Lynne:

"It came about out of frustration with the lack of communication in the town. Posters would suddenly go up about an event that week. No prewarning. I had difficulty too in finding information from many of the tourist offices. Things are slowly getting better and there is sometimes information in English. Hopefully by keeping an eagle eye on the local press and talking with contacts in town, I can publicize fun things that people would otherwise miss. It's a ragbag of info that I come across on my travels. I've published nearly 600 posts now and have lots of followers so hopefully, it is fulfilling its role of helping people, residents and visitors alike, get the most of their time in Aix."

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