Provence Restaurants

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  • 1. L'Agape

    $ | French

    An Avignon hot spot since its opening in 2014, this contemporary gastropub in the heart of the city aspires to something more akin to haute...Read More

  • 2. Le 17 Place aux Vins

    $ | Wine Bar

    A cave (wine store) by day and happening wine and tapas bar by night, this is the place on the isle for sampling the best local wines and...Read More

  • 3. Le Galoubet

    $ | French

    Tucked away under a canopy of green, this cozy bistro with a spacious outdoor terrace, serves contemporary French fare far above the usual....Read More

  • 4. Bodeguita

    $ | Spanish

    This popular institution near Place du Forum is known for excellent tapas at more than reasonable prices. Embrace the bullfighter within and...Read More

  • 5. Chez Vincent

    $ | Italian

    Although it's in the mini red-light district of the Vieux Port, this little Italian restaurant is all it's cracked up to be. The interior is...Read More

  • 6. L'Affenage

    $ | French

    A vast smorgasbord of Provençal hors d'oeuvres draws loyal locals to this former fire-horse shed. They come here for heaping plates of fried...Read More

  • 7. L'Épicurien

    $ | French

    The blackboard menu at this small rustic bistro may seem limited, but that's only because it changes every week according to what's tempting...Read More

  • 8. La Maisouneta

    $ | French

    This cozy restaurant with cheerful planters and homey lace curtains is run by a young husband-and-wife team and specializes in pasta dishes...Read More

  • 9. Le 9 Restaurant

    $ | French

    Beautiful terrace, amazing view, delicious local fare—this is probably enough, but add a warm welcome and attentive service and you've got Le...Read More

  • 10. Le Chalet Reynard

    $ | French

    Opened in 1927, this is the spot for lunch and a bask in the sun on your way up the eastern slope of Mont Ventoux. Bikers, hikers, and car-trekkers...Read More

  • 11. Mina Kouk

    $ | French

    Armed with her Algerian grandma's recipes and an artist's spirit, Mina Kouk abandoned advanced studies in chemistry to try her hand at something...Read More

  • 12. Philip-Jardin de Pétrarque

    $ | French

    If you want a truly regional experience, take a seat on the shaded terrace of Restaurant Philip, opened in 1926 by Philip's uncle. Set apart...Read More

  • 13. Regards Café

    $ | French

    Close and yet so far from the hustle and bustle of the Vieux Port and MuCEM's crowded cafés, this luminous dining room in the Musée Regards...Read More

  • 14. Simple Simon

    $ | British

    Since the 1970s, this quaint (there is no other word for it) English tearoom—dark wooden beams, teapots on shelves, a table laden with cakes...Read More

  • 15. Vintage Café

    $ | French

    This popular Old Town wine bar draws a loyal crowd of oenophiles for serious tastings and simple foods—cod stew, hot lentil salad with smoked...Read More

  • 16. Wine Bar Le Cheval Blanc

    $ | French

    This classic mahogany-and-brass wine bar, owned and managed by a former sommelier, has more than 350 different wines to serve along with their...Read More

  • 17. La Yaka

    $ | French

    At this intimate, unpretentious bistro you are greeted by the beaming owner/host/waiter, then pampered with an embarrassment of riches in bargain...Read More

  • 18. Le Triskel

    $ | French

    This miniature shoebox of an Old Town restaurant has a living santon for a chef—mustache, toque, and broad gestures worthy of Pagnol. While...Read More

  • 19. Sushi Ô Zen

    $ | Japanese

    Don't be put off by the nondescript neighborhood: this calm and pleasingly unpretentious dining room serves the freshest—and most reasonably...Read More

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