Find out what Italian restaurants to try in Tulette including Pizza Per Tutti, L'Angelus, Gael Pizza (camion pizza), Le Gout de la Pizza, La Maison Bleue, La Petite Faim, La Cremaillere, Restaurant le pont romain
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 26 reviews
We went there two times. it is for the locals - with their kids and all family. Nice house, reworked, for sitting in and outside. Food is fresh, pizza, meat, good fish, nothing fancy. The service is done by one lovely person, we keep on going back there because he makes you feel you are his best client. Again - not fancy but just what you need on holidays.
4 based on 29 reviews
locatie: zeer klein, zeer lawaaierig en zeer druk, niet geschikt om ter plaatse te consummeren.bediening en service: hectischeten: zeer gevarieerd en heel erg goedprij/kwaliteit: fantastisch
4 based on 101 reviews
After having a horrendously difficult time driving 4 miles in a driving rainstorm, we reached our destination soaking wet(won't go into the details). We ordered the jambon, artichokes, champignons, anchovies pizza with a bottle of CDR Rose. Fabulous pizza that went beautifully with our wine. Our server was so sweet and attentive. Was worth the soggy trip!
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
5 based on 97 reviews
Gael, un jeune entrepreneur passionnÃ© de pizzas eu un jour lâidÃ©e dâassocier travail et passion. Il se mit en route dans le Vaucluse avec son camion Pizza pour vous faire profiter de son talent. Depuis dÃ©jÃ plus de trois ans, ils prouvent Ã ses proches qu
Gael Pizza (GP) catered our post wedding event.We absolutely love pizza and wanted something easy and street foody for our guests to enjoy. Choosing GP ticked all the boxes.Communication about prices and pizza choices was simple and stress free (which meant a lot to me, as planning the wedding was stressful in itself) and the food was absolutely delicious and outstanding value for what we received. I have been craving the pizza ever since! We had a mix of vegetarian and meat pizzas, a nutella cheesecake/ fruit salad dessert. The food was impeccable, our guests absolutely raved about it. The team came fully equipped, we didn't need to worry about them - they simply got on with it! The GP staff are super stars, assisting guests with the language barrier and some travel issues. We cannot thank the whole team at GP enough for being part of our wedding celebration and strongly recommend visiting and/or hiring them, if you're after some authentic Italian cuisine. Wishing everyone at Gael Pizza all the best for the future!
4 based on 118 reviews
L'Angelus fare is straightforward, but consistently high quality and served with a friendly informality that belies a patently well-run restaurant. Family-run, the owners speak exceptional English, having for many years run a country club in Surrey. The menu is essentially pizzas or steak, but all are prepared in a dramatic wood-burning oven that delivers consistently good results. Very children friendly, I have enjoyed more meals than I can remember here. It is my first port of call in Sainte Cecile when I need recharging. From memory the pizzas are about Euros 11 and steak around Euros 19. The steak I had on my last visit was as good as I have eaten - fabulous, tender, well-flavoured meat, properly cooked and served with a lovely dauphoinoise.
5 based on 46 reviews
Pizza is not my favourite dish but at this pizzeria they managed to surprise me positively. Nice crisp base, lovely tomato sauce and fresh ingredients to top off. Local selection of beer and wine to round it all off. Worth mentioning was the single and most charming waitress who served about 50 pizzas during the hour we spent at this magnificent place. If you are up for pizza look no further; this is the best west of the alps.
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