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Where to Eat? Restaurants in Eygalières to Try Now

Unlike the abundant shopping in the heart of Saint Remy de Provence, the village of Eygalières has only a handful of boutiques. However, what this town lacks in retail opportunities, it makes up for with places to eat and drink.

Cafe de la Place Eygalieres Local Restaurants

The following list of cafés and restaurants in Eygalières is a reference guide (you can be the critic). The restaurants are listed in the order they are situated on Rue de la République, running from the top of the street near the church towards the Marie (Town Hall) unless otherwise noted.

Get to Know Eygalières

Eygalières Restaurants

Chez Paulette – From the day this restaurant opened, the team has built on a successful formula of fresh, delicious, seasonal and excellent service. Recently, they expanded the restaurant service area and increased the number of tables.

Reservations are highly recommended.
Rue de la République
Telephone: +33 (0)4 32 62 18 19
Closed Wednesdays

Eygalieres Local Restaurants

Bistrot QuàsiIn the centre of Eygalières main street, you might be mistaken to think you had just landed by the Vieux Port Marseille. Quàsi serves dishes that are really meant for sharing tapas style. They have a few wood-fired pizzas, including the Marseillais specialty moitié/moitié – half anchovies and half emmental cheese.

Reservations are recommended
89 Rue de la République
Telephone: +33 (0)4 90 20 03 13
Closed on Sundays and Mondays

Café du Centre – It’s the perfect name for the bar café located right in the heart of town. The ownership changed last year; they have improved the look and added more comfortable seating. They serve ice cream if you need a mid-afternoon snack. Café du Centre is now the place for cocktails, and they will let you enjoy takeaway pizza from the food truck as long as you order drinks. Go for a coffee or a drink; they don’t serve much food and salty nibbles—open daily.

Le Bistrot du Brau at Hôtel La Bastide d’Eygalières – The hotel reopened under new ownership in May 2023, and the restaurant has had a complete makeover with the oversite of Michelin* chef Christopher Hache.

Reservations are recommended
765 Chem. de Pestelade,
13810 Eygalières
Telephone: +33 (0)4 90 95 90 06

Maison Hache Restaurant Eygalières

©Maison Hache

Maison HacheMichelin 1* – L’art de la table is part of the Maison Hache experience and the chef’s philosophy that the food has a feature role. However, it needs to be surrounded by the right presentation. Elegant artisanal charger plates in a biscuit finish ceramic are hand-embossed with thyme, rosemary and other herbes de Provence. Each course on the menu communicates regional flavours and traditions without being overwhelmed by heavy décor.

Reservations are required
30 Rue de la République
Telephone: +33 (0)4 90 95 00 04
Open: Wednesday – Sunday for lunch and dinner

New in 2023, they have an adorable food truck typically parked across from the restaurant on the same nights it is open. Check out the menu for a cocktail and lite bite.

le Progress Eygalieres Local Restaurants

Brasserie Le Progrès – This restaurant and its bar have a Tabac license (where you buy cigarettes) and a strategic corner position. They have a daily “plat du jour” and a regular menu that includes fresh salads, classic omelettes, burgers and frites.

6 Rue de la République
Telephone:+33 (0) 9 64 13 16 88
Open daily

Restaurant Karine has an Italian-themed menu with thin-crust pizza, pasta dishes, antipasti and assorted main courses. It is popular with families or those looking for a casual meal.

Reservations are recommended
34 Place Marcel Bonnein
Telephone: +33 (0)4 90 26 03 28
Closed on Mondays

Epicerie fine et Cave à vin – a gourmet deli and wine store.

Cafe de la Place Eygalieres Local Restaurants

Café de la Place – This café-bar is an icon in Eygalieres. It’s the place to be seen on market day, for a late afternoon apéro, for a football (soccer) match or any other occasion. They serve light charcuterie platters and a few nibbles, but really, it’s about the drinks.

Place de la Mairie
Telephone: + 33 (0)4 90 26 93 60
Open daily

Bistrot l’Aubergine – This long-standing restaurant recently expanded its outdoor dining space. The food is inventive, and the servings are quite generous.

Reservations are recommended
18, Avenue Jean Jaures
Telephone: +33 (0)4 90 95 98 89
Closed Wednesdays

Le MICOC’  – Tucked away steps from the main street, clients enjoy a terrace shaded by Microcouliers. The menu changes according to seasonality and the chef’s creative inspirations. Discover the extensive selection of French wines and the creative cocktail list.

Reservations are recommended
Traverse Montfort
Telephone: +33 (0)4 90 95 94 53
Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays

Eygalieres Rue Parneuve

A Short Drive Away

Le Bistrot de la Gare sits at the corner of the busy D99 and the road heading toward Eygalières. Relatively new on the local dining scene (opened in 2022), this restaurant has a winning formula – brasserie-style food, great service and a lively atmosphere.

6 Qur de la Gare,
13810 Mollégès
Open Thursday – Sundays
Telephone: +33 (0)4 90 95 08 83

L’Opale – Domaine La Pierre Blanche conveys a resort feel with unpretentious grace. The property sits at the base of the Alpilles with expansive views in all directions, and nature is the only thing to interrupt your thoughts. Less than a 10-minute drive from Eygalières, the setting for al fresco dining on their terrace is hard to beat at the foot of the Alpilles. The food is contemporary and inventive.

Reservations are recommended
2950 route d’Orgon
Telephone: +33 (0)4 90 26 10 00
Open daily

L’Ambar Sunset Lounge

Whether staying at the hotel or visiting for a meal, Domaine la Pierre Blanche delivers pure escapism. Encompassing 2.5 hectares at the base of the Alpilles mountain range, the Domaine is secluded enough to make you forget the rest of the world. Your evening is heading in the right direction, with a panoramic view of the pastoral surroundings and the L’Ambar Sunset Lounge craft cocktail collection. Developing the drinks list was a tasting project that involved the owners, the culinary team, and a Brazilian mixologist.

Open from Thursday through Sunday from 17h to 22h.
Watch for news on musical evenings and special wine tastings throughout the season.

Potager de la Mas – A gourmet restaurant for any occasion associated with the Mas de la Rose boutique hotel. Although the hotel is technically in Orgon, the drive from Eygalieres is quick, and your reward is a stunning setting and food that is a culinary art.

Reservations are recommended
Route d’Eygalières
Telephone: +33 (0)4 90 73 08 90
Closed Mondays and Tuesdays
Seasonal closure November 1 – April 1

Eygalieres Vieux Village Sunset


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Carolyne Kauser-Abbott

With her camera and laptop close at hand, Carolyne has traded in her business suits for the world of freelance writing and blogging. Her first airplane ride at six months of age was her introduction to the exciting world of travel.

While in Provence, Carolyne can be found hiking with friends, riding the hills around the Alpilles or tackling Mont Ventoux. Her attachment to the region resonates in Perfectly Provence this digital magazine that she launched in 2014. This website is an opportunity to explore the best of the Mediterranean lifestyle (food & wine, places to stay, expat stories, books on the region, travel tips, real estate tips and more), through our contributors' articles.

Carolyne writes a food and travel blog Ginger and Nutmeg. Carolyne’s freelance articles can be found in Global Living Magazine, Avenue Magazine and City Palate (Published Travel Articles).

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