Reviews on European food in Apt, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, France including Au comptoir de Balthazar, L'Intramuros, La Fontaine, Le Carnot Set, La Petite Histoire, Le Platane, Chez Christine, Pizzeria O'Grill, Chez Mon Cousin Alphonse, La Petite Ecole
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4 based on 327 reviews
Welcome to "La Petite Ecole" in Gargas. We have a great restaurant with traditional french food. We are well located in the town center of Gargas with a beautiful terrasse. We also do ice creams during the summer ... We're waiting for you to come and visi
During our tour of Provence (6 adults and a baby) we had dinner at the Petit Ecole at the recommendation of our host. The place is small and unpretentious from the outside, but relaxed and romantic inside. The service was excellent and the waitress very helpful and polite despite our ignorance in French. The food itself was excellent, and we enjoyed all 3 courses. All 6 of us agreed this was one of the best restaurants we had been to in Provence.Tip: make a reservation ahead of time, as the restaurant fills up quickly.
4 based on 479 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_001Highly recommend this place to anyone who wants to eat very well!
4 based on 123 reviews
You could walk past this unassuming frontage without realising that it contains a genuine taste of France at a knock down price. As we passed on our tour of Apt's huge market, we reserved a table for 12.30 - feeling a little foolish as it was empty - but it turned out to be very wise as it was full and turning people away at lunchtime. We had the meal of the day for E11.50, which simply offered a 'Provencal pizza' plus salad, dessert and coffee. The pizzas were simple but tasty and filled the plate. The separate big plate of salad was mainly lettuce (as normal in France, where 'salade' means 'lettuce') but it also included tomato and melon. Spray bottles of oil and balsamic allowed you to dress your own. The bottle of chilli oil for the pizzas was a nice touch, and was sweet rather than fiery.Dessert was another pleasure - I counted 7 to choose from, including ice cream, of which there were several varieties including pistachio. My apricot tart was a huge slice, but I couldn't resist eating it all. Our guest had the apple pie - also large and 'moorish'. Coffee was included: our guest drinks it with milk - often double the price in France, but not here. We appeared to be the only English people in the place, but the waitress was helpful and my basic French was more than sufficient.The toilets were also in good order - not always the case in France!We felt this was the best value meal of the fortnight, and especially good for a family with children on a budget.
4 based on 115 reviews
C'est une pÃ¢tisserie qui propose quelques tables et permet de manger des plats simples mais trÃ¨s bien garnis et prÃ©sentÃ©s (pizzas, omelettes, salades, etcâ¦). Les desserts sont naturellement "maison" et on y est trÃ¨s bien accueilli. C'est vraiment l'idÃ©al
Every time we come to the Luberon we rent bikes and explore the area. We use the hill climb to Saignon as a litmus test of our fitness as do many other cyclists it appears!Whenever we explore we like to refuel with coffee and cake / croissants. The best cake shop in the Luberon has to be La Vie en Rose in Coustellet but whilst their decor and cakes are amazing, they don't make a croissant as nearly as good as Chez Christine which simply has the best croissants in the area. Tap the top of the croissant and you get that click sound. Then pull off the top and it peels off in layers. Splendid!Their Cafe allongÃ© (espresso with extra water) is top notch as well although we find we need to order 2 each but at EUR 1.50 each it's not a big deal. And of course if you are having 4 coffees you may as well have 4 croissants!
4 based on 322 reviews
Restaurant traditionnel .cuisine maison Beau jardin ombragÃ© avec en plus une nouveautÃ© : possibilitÃ© de grignoter l apres midi ( salade, ardoise de charcuterie.Et carte de glaces artisanales.cafÃ© ou thÃ© gourmand)
Very nice to fix price menu for lunch â¬17Family run and very good service. The pasta was excellent. The fish and cream sauce that went with it was superb.Merci et heureux de vous avoir fait plaisir Ã bientot M petit
4 based on 297 reviews
The restaurant "La Petite Histoire" in Gargas, near Apt and Roussillon is well located in the heart of Luberon. It's one of the best place to discover a french and tasty cuisine. We serve you from Monday to Friday, for lunch and dinner. See you soon at "L
My stomach wasn't well so I decided to have something light. I had a chicken sandwich. Which had too many ingredient but nevertheless it was tasty after removing the blue cheese. Kid friendly very simple decor, attentive and friendly staff. My husband had a veal and he said it was very well prepared.
4 based on 322 reviews
We had dinner here and enjoyed it so much we went back a second evening. They have five or six daily suggestions which are very fresh and well prepared We had the fish both times and were very pleased( you can also order from the menu as well - either a three course plat du jour or a la carte. ). It was a nice mix of locals and tourists. The waitress/ owner can explain the menu in English and is very attentive. Donât skip dessert. Everything we tried was delicious as were the wine selections. ( we always like to drink local). We ate inside as the weather was chilly but on pleasant evenings there are several tables outside. We made a reservation for our second visit on a Saturday evening and Iâm glad we did. The restaurant was full and people without reservations had to be turned away. If youâre in Apt, this is a great place to try
4 based on 305 reviews
A lovely village restaurant in Villars, slightly off the beaten track in Luberon. The clients seem to be regulars and I can understand why. The atmosphere is very homely, the cuisine uncomplicated but using good ingredients. Avoiding complication is a core piece of advice - I chose an enticing starter (mille feuille with shrimps and smoked salmon) which was a bit of a let down compared to the simple but delicious foie gras my better half chose in her infinite wisdom. I made it up though with the beef fillet in mustard sauce (her sea bream was excellent to). Overall, maybe it does not strictly deserve 5 stars but worth to be encouraged and the value is very decent indeed - so try it when you happen to be in the area.
4 based on 421 reviews
From the moment you enter, you can tell you are in the presence of an artist - everything from the decor to the menus to the food is a creative experience. There are a lot of traditional elements in the cuisine (mostly French, but some pan-Mediterranean), but they are combined and elaborated upon in a quite artistic way. You could tell by the number of specials on the menu that this is a place where every dish is well considered (it was evident that several of the dishes made use of seasonal ingredients that insured produce and meats were very fresh). The cooking and ingredients are all of high quality, My wife and I both ordered a fois gras that was perfectly salted and cooked. Both of our entrees were excellent and the kind waitress was friendly and very helpful in finding something our baby could eat. The establishment was the high-point of our stay in Apt. I would revisit Apt only to return to this restaurant. Merci a la la propriÃ©taire pour votre dÃ©terminÃ© penchant artistique!Je n'ai pas tout compris mais j'ai l'impression que vous Ãªtes satisfaits de votre passage Ã l'intramuros. Merci et peut Ãªtre Ã¡ bientot
4 based on 262 reviews
I asked the owner, who was setting up for lunch service, if there was a table available for lunch, and his response was not just rude but hostile. Disappointing, to say the least, since the reviews for meals have been so positive.
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