Goult Visit and La Bartavelle the Restaurant to Try
Contributor blog post by David:
We enjoyed another fine meal at La Bartavelle in Goult. Their prix-fixe menu gives a choice of three starters including local seasonal asparagus, in the spring. Whilst main courses included a fish choice (wild Turbot), Beef or Rabbit which I had, and it was superb, (see picture).
…Continue reading here to read what David had to say about the desserts! La Bartavelle is the name of a small bird. The restaurant offers a choice of menu options and all dishes are prepared with seasonal, local ingredients.
Reserve your Table
La Bartavelle (website)
“Cuisine raffinée au cœur de la Provence”
Refine cooking in the heart of Provence
Owners: Chef Emmanuel Champion and his wife Sylvie
29 Rue du Cheval Blanc, Goult
Tel: +33 (0)4 90 72 33 72
Closed: Sunday nights, all day Tuesday and Wednesday
Exploring (and Eating) in Goult
Goult is a small village in the heart of the Luberon Valley. The residents enjoy a hillside location and beautiful views without the crowds of tourists that invade some of the neighbouring towns. You arrive in Goult on the main street. There is a semi-shaded plaza where you can park before heading out to explore the avenues on foot. Surrounding the square are a few restaurants including La Carillon (terrific food), Café de la Poste (a traditional bar-restaurant with lighter fare) or of course la Bartavelle.
To work-up an appetite or to work-off your meal stroll along the main street to discover the history of this town.
Walk uphill towards the Moulin de Jérusalem, a windmill that functioned until the end of the 19th Century. After restoration work, the village now maintains the mill. Discover the 11th century La Chapelle Romane de Saint-Véran. Take a look (from outside) at the remains of a medieval era chateau that dates from 17th Century, and today this is private property.
Here, is what author Anthony Craig “It’s all About Lunch” has to say about Goult.
Read about the international couple who have settled in Goult and their crafting workshops at Jolie Vintage Atelier.