Discover the best restaurant in Saint-Saturnin-les-Apt, France including Le Piquebaure, La Table de Xavier Mathieu, La Table de Pablo, Le Sanglier Paresseux, Restaurant David, Le Platane, Chez Mon Cousin Alphonse, La Maison des Saveurs, L'Estrade, La Restanque
Things to do in Saint-Saturnin-les-Apt
4.5 based on 352 reviews
4.5 based on 146 reviews
Chef Xavier MATHIEU guided by his inspiration amazed by his inventiveness and his perpetual search for new tastes, while keeping the spirit and DNA of<br>Provence.<br>He defines his kitchen as follows: “My kitchen is truth, purity and emotion are three words that characterize it.”<br>The Chef, "Maitre Cuisinier de France" starred in the Michelin guide,<br>draws inspiration from the Mediterranean cuisine that he interprets<br>over the seasons and proposes dishes inspired by his origins.<br>The sommeliers advise customers with know-how in their choice on a<br>wine list with no fewer than 400 references.
4 based on 217 reviews
The restaurant is only accessible by car, nicely decorated with friendly and competent service. The menu has nice choices, with emphasis on local specialties. If you don't like goat cheese, ask before ordering, to avoid dissapointment. Very nice wines, good advice from the waitress.
4.5 based on 547 reviews
This restaurant deserves fantastic reviews. We've been to many restaurants in the area over the past few years and this was one of the absolute best. The beautiful view, the ambience of the outdoor tables on the Terrace surrounded by grape vines and flowers, the oustanding service and the excellent, delicious food create a very special blend.
This is a very welcoming space on the edge of a small village with fantastic views. We chose the 3 course menu at 39 euros and loved every course. The amuse bouche of pea soup and little pastry was delicious too. It was great value. We particularly enjoyed the ceviche of sea bass, the duck, the paella and the divine chocolate dessert plate. We met the delightful Belgian owner, Venezualan waiter and the Mexican chef is clearly a very good chef.
I am looking forward to going back again and highly recommend this restaurant.
4.5 based on 498 reviews
Panoramic views over the ochres of Roussillon.A total change of scene… and one you'll love. Sample the flavours of Provence, and enjoy a range of culinary wonders which Jean Luc Laborie will be delighted to share with you.Come to the Restaurant David with its panoramic views and Terrace overlooking the ochre cliffs or take shade in summer under the beautiful pergola with its hundred year-old wisteria.Let our chef Emmanuel Champion delight you with his seasonal gourmet cuisine. A range of set menus, such as the "Return from the Market", draw on local flavours. Meanwhile, the winter fireplace menu boasts various roasted specialities including suckling pig, leg of lamb, rib of beef or rabbit.The Restaurant David is the perfect venue for your family dinners, weddings and any other special occasions…
We enjoyed a light lunch at David during our visit to Roussillon. Located in a local hotel, the staff is nice and easily accommodated us on the outside deck. We had a wonderful Caprese Salad with Buffalo Mozzarella and a neat melon salad with a cantaloupe shell filled with bulgar, feta, mint and cantaloupe. A surprisingly good mixture. Stop on by Restaurant David, it takes you away from the hustle of the tourist crowd.
4 based on 266 reviews
Le Platane is a cheerful, warm, somewhat folksy, husband and wife restaurant. We had read reviews and visited the website so we did not arrive with great expectations (which was a good thing!). My gazpacho was very flavorful and the high point of my dinner, my filet au poivre was a disappointing piece of beef with an unremarkable sauce and my fruit compote was so tart that it should have been the topping of a sugary meringue (which it wasn't!). Others in our large party had somewhat better luck. The cheerful demeanor of the chef/owner's wife who waited on our table enabled us to have a satisfactory experience, notwithstanding our culinary disappointment. If I were a local, Le Platane would not be my go-to weekday restaurant.
4 based on 377 reviews
Great service. Absolutely awesome wood oven pizzas. Loved the half portion with a side salad. And the desserts...OMG!!! Out of this world delicious. Like and follow my posted pics of my meal on Instagram @firstclass_001
Highly recommend this place to anyone who wants to eat very well!
3.5 based on 66 reviews
Domaine des Andeols
Tel: 33 (0) 4 90 75 5 63
Email: [email protected]
In the heart of Luberon, close to Gordes, le Domaine des Andéols is an authentic Provencal hamlet perched on a rise surrounded by lakes, orchards, woods and Gardens. It is composed by 9 Houses-Suites, all different, for each one a collection of memories and rare objects.
The restaurant described as a Gastronomic Promenade was reinvented by Master Chef
Alain Ducasse and blends a rhythm of seasonal varieties. Candle-light dining a fresco in summer evenings among olive trees and the fragrance of herbs and flowers makes for the perfect setting.
A perfect retreat for honeymooners
4.5 based on 272 reviews
In one week we went to l'estrade three times for dinner and each time had really great food. I particularly liked the goats cheese deep fried in a sheet of filo wrapped like a pancake. Very generous portions. My other starter of crayfish tails and grapefruit was huge too. Presentation of every dish was exceptional. One evening we shared a starter and a pudding so that we could manage three courses. Duck with cherries was good, also gigot d'agneau, and navarin d'agneau. There was always fish too on the menu. The pichet of rose wine was good value and good quality. The tarte tatin was one of the best I have tasted. You must book. It's very popular and not a huge restaurant. Ask for a seat outside. The owners, two women, are very friendly and are very happy to explain the menu. Ernst the resident cat is a bit of a character...
4 based on 40 reviews
Veranda air-conditioned, Terrace flowered, generous and traditional kitchen.We also offer, pizzas,themed evenings on Friday evening Change of manager since the month of May 2017. Come to discover us !!
La Restanque, quite frankly, had the worst Pizza I have ever had. We ordered five pizzas, three cheese, one Royale and one owner's choice. Additionally, we ordered one antipasto. The pizzas varied in quality from barely edible to indelible. The finished product from the kitchen had a variety of issues, including undercooked crusts and far too much garlic and undercooked cheese topping, nothing was really browned. The cheese was unusual and did not have an appetizing smell. The ham was pressed poor quality flavorless meat and was submerged under the foul smelling cheese. I tried to eat some, hoping it would get better, and made it through a quarter to a third of the pizza. The antipasto was was a discordant combination of canned tuna, thickly sliced meats of questionable origin and yes, a piece of partially cooked bacon, all accompanied by a really odd looking dressing. I did not sample it however and cannot comment on taste.
The experience was not a complete downer however, most of the Seating is outside and the evening was beautiful. The staff at the establishment were kind and attentive and pleasant, helping to offset the poor quality of the food. Additionally, everyone at our table enjoyed the resident dog, especially my wife and daughter.
Based on my experience, I would not recommend this restaurant to anyone, even to people looking for a bargain, most of what we ordered was scraped into the garbage. I don't think the kitchen staff could manage anything more complex than toast.
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