Find out what Italian restaurants to try in Malaucene including La Farigoule, Les Terrasses du Ventoux, La Loupiote, Le Gout de la Pizza, Pasta e Basta, Pizza Paradiso, Favolsa Pizza, Restaurant le pont romain, Chez Rina
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4 based on 148 reviews
Definitely worth a visit for lunch. In a busy pedestrianised street, surrounded by little shops. Good food - try the salade Normande or the vegetarian salad both with brilliant baked camembert and/or goat's cheese. Pleasant service, outside tables on the street. Altogether a recommended lunchtime meal.
4 based on 130 reviews
Downstairs at the 2000 year old Pont Romaine in Vaison a cave is entered carved into the rock on the edge of the Ouvex. The cuisine was imaginative and delicious, the prices modest and the atmosphere lively and very friendly. Yet another fine Vaison restaurant.
4 based on 126 reviews
My husband and I dropped by this crowded little pizzeria in Bedoin and were truly surprised and delighted by the delicious gourmet pizza, the personal service and the lively atmosphere. Favolsa is clearly well known as we were there in the off season and no other restaurant in the area was remotely busy. The owner/chef (?) clearly takes pride in his product and often takes the pizza to a table himself, or rings in at the cash, so he can interact with customers. A lovely treat.
4 based on 109 reviews
We found this place by accident - we were on our way from Mont Ventoux to Apt and happened to reach Bedoin at mid-day, so decided to find somewhere to eat. Timing was good, as we had just nabbed the last (official) space in the parking lot opposite this restaurant. We had a choice of 3 tables but, if we'd been 10 minutes later, we might have had to find somewhere else to eat. There are tables alongside what might appear to be a main road (it was) but apart from the occasional heavy vehicle, traffic was surprisingly unobtrusive.Not knowing how big (or how small) the servings would be, we ordered a salad and two pasta dishes. All three dishes were simple, substantial, delicious, and served more quickly than expected (a good thing, considering how hungry we were) - we couln't have asked for a more enjoyable lunch. We also got a couple of ice cream cones - also delicious - to have as we walked around the town before hitting the road again.The staff were friendly, and appropriately attentive, and the atmosphere convivial. We would be happy to go back again, should we ever be in the area.
4 based on 300 reviews
We stumbled over this hidden gem and from the moment we were greeted at the door, we were delighted. A cozy ambience, great food, and wonderful service. The owner has a hearty laugh, a great sense of humor, and creates an amazing experience. Not to be missed.
5 based on 100 reviews
This is a nice new comer for Vaison-La-romaineYes itâs its just a pizza place,but with a different touch,everything is made right on command,they have good ingredients,we had a 4 fromaggios a one with coppa and burrata and one with duck all of them excellent (for people that watch their salt,do mention it!)The place is simple nice and clean ,I will go back
4 based on 233 reviews
The fishsoup is very nice, the lamb and fries are also good. The location has a poor acoestic and ventilation. The moment an other table starts stone-grilling the place fills with cooking smells. Service is poor: table's are not cleared during the meal and you will not get the chance to order the last course of your menu, as staff simply stays away...
4 based on 215 reviews
We are a family-owned and run Restaurant/Pizzeria/Brasserieserving a range of home-cooked Provencal and Mediterranean dishes prepared from local produce.Irrespective of the weather, you may be assured of a warm Yorkshire welcome and a beautiful Spanish sm
Good food, good wine and beer, lovely atmosphere, friendly and helpful service, fine selection of single malt, well run and a pleasure to visit.
4 based on 115 reviews
Evening meal the day before the ascent of Ventoux. Thereâs lots of eateries in MalaucÃ¨ne but we plumped for a simple pizza. This was no. 2 restaurant in MalaucÃ¨ne probably based on people just wanting a basic feed. This is exactly what it was but at a very basic price. Three courses including a Leffe (for 2)was â¬29. Unbeatable for value I think. Starter was tomato and mozzarella, delicious pizza for main and ice cream for dessert. The main business looks like a very busy takeaway with the restaurant bolted on the front. It ticked a box for what we required and at under â¬30 for two including drinks! Service wasnât speedy but we werenât in a major rush so wasnât an issue.
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