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La Mirande Restaurant (Avignon)--worth the splurge?

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When my husband and I were in Avignon a number of years ago, we had dinner at the La Mirande in Avignon. It was a memorable experience. We will be in Avignon in May and wonder if the restaurant is still worth the splurge. I saw some mixed reviews on trip advisor. It looks like prix fixe is about 62 euros.
If it doesn't look like it's worth the splurge, any other recommendations for Avignon?
We would be willing to splurge a few times during our two weeks but generally want to keep the cost to 30 euros per person for the dinner part. (We will cover Paris, St. Remy, Gordes, Aix, St. Tropez and Nice)

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