Summer dinners on the lovely terrace of Le Fournil, with its plane trees and fountain, are a rite of passage in the Luberon. The cuisine is a little more sophisticated than a typical Provence-style restaurant, it is Mediterranean-inspired with twists of invention. For example the knuckle of veal is braised with star anis and served […]
Friendly service and inventive menus that change every day according to what fresh and seasonal produce is found, with a choice of 3 starters, main courses and desserts. The menu is 25 euros for 3 courses. Inside you dine in a vaulted room and there is also a nice terrace outside on the main square […]
Situated on the main square of Bonnieux, Le Terrail continues fels like a village hub. It continues to serve up good, honest, simple Provencal fare at a good price, like aioli, lamb chops, rabbit stew, salade nicoise. There is also an outside terrace with a great view, fantastic for sunsets. 3-course menu at 17 euros.
A bar with restaurant in the brasserie style where locals go, a long way from fine dining but good honest food – great burgers and fries, steak and also oysters. You can have a set lunch here of 2 courses for 12 euros.
In a calm courtyard, or a 70s interior, right in the centre of all the antiques, Le Carre d’Herbes offers really affordable, traditional Provencal fare. 3-course lunch menu is 18 euros
L’Aparte is a simple place offering good value for money, and a perfect spot for people watching on market days. Food is Provencal, and it quickly fills up with locals who appreciate the unpretentious, friendly service. As the owners say, what they do is simple, but not simplistic. Set menus from 14 to 28 euros.
Husband and wife team do everything here, he is in the kitchen and she (Canadian) runs front of house.Mistral is small, only about 30 covers, with clean lines and no hint that you are in the bric-a-brac/antiques centre of Provence. The name says is well – modern bistro. The menu is not long and it […]