Find out what European restaurants to try in Cucuron including Le Moulin de Caro, MatCha, La petite maison de Cucuron, Le P'tit Resto, Le Parrot's, Restaurant de l'Etang, Le Cercle Restaurant - Brasserie, La Closerie, Le Grain de Sel, Le Loup Bleu
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4 based on 206 reviews
We visited years ago when the business was called the "Restaurant du Lac". The lake remains and "Le Loup Bleu" has a beautiful view out over it towards the Grand Luberon mountains: a fact you do not appreciate as you drive past the unprepossessing exterior.The current owners started their new venture last July. He is a retired French diplomat who served in the Seychelles and his wife, the chef, is Seychelloise. As well as formal training in France, she got three years experience at the Michelin starred restaurant "La Closerie" in nearby Ansouis.The cooking is French with some interesting flavour combinations from the chef''s Indian Ocean homeland. My wife and I really enjoyed our food and look forward to going back next year. The value for money is exceptionally good and "Le Loup Bleu" deserves to be much better known.Good luck!
4 based on 219 reviews
Monday we stopped at Ansouis, and saw the "Grain de Sel" sign. We called, and yes they could accommodate us for lunch. It was a great experience. Very quiet setting overlooking the glorious landscape. We ordered the "formule". The tapas assortment was a delicious choice for this hot weather. Fine desert and coffee, all included. Very friendly service.Great place, would certainly go back when in this region.
4 based on 469 reviews
This Michelin 1star restaurant is excellent. Very good, seasonal cuisine with a Chef and team that really know what they are doing. Creative with flavors that worked together. The amuse* particularly was like your tongue throwing a party for your mouth! --Lovely atmosphere, elegant but casual and not stuffy at all. Service was the perfect balance of professional and warm but not wanting or needing to be your best friend. One of the best overall lunches I've had in a long time! We'll be back.*Amuse: Cream/foam of volaille with truffle and pumpkin seeds, and a surprise of al dente fresh shelled peas at the bottom of the cup. I could have had another one easily! (see picture below)
4 based on 114 reviews
Simplicity yes, but for the price we paid very good. 2 meals, 2 desserts, half liter wine. All together 39 euros. Great sitting outside. Friendly staff. Lovely big dog Mistral. If you are looking for exquisite go to la petite maison but pay a lot of money. La Cercle has been our favorite for years.
4 based on 373 reviews
Restaurant traditionnel - plats rÃ©gionaux ATTESTATION, NOUS NE SOMMES PAS LE BAR/CAFÃ DE L'ETANG! PLEASE NOTE: WE ARE NOT THE BAR/CAFÃ DE L'ÃTANG!
This was the best French food we've had since the beginning of 2017 here in France. We had plat du jour for lunch and it was all delicious. We were there when the market was there too. We are fans of the movie the Good Year, and the pond next to the restaurant (l'etang ) is one of the locations.
4 based on 119 reviews
Italian speciality Restaurant. Located in the centre of the ancient village of Cucuron. Home-made family cooking. Tx Plats vÃ©gÃ©tariens Plats sans gluten
Unexpected find and wonderful surprise! Food was home made with genuine ingredients. I had Pasta infused with olive oil, basil, black course pepper, garlic with fresh clams....yum yum! My partner had gnocchi; which had a firm bite, baked in tomato, basil and mozzarella seasoned sauce and was amazing.House rose was very good also.Such a lovely atmosphere, relaxed, laid back, chilled resulting in one of our longest lunches ever.Special mention to the chef/owner who made us feel like we were guests in his home rather than customers in a restaurant.
5 based on 231 reviews
This is a charming restaurant with lovely young owners and great service The interior could be improved but it's still a good experience.Their cuisine is innovative, fresh, seasonal and tasty. It's great value and the daily menu included a great fish dish and lovely appetizer dish.The village itself is picturesque and situated in a beautiful part of Provence. Take the walk from Cucuron and walk alongside wildflowers, olive fields and Provencal fields.As it's very small you need to book this restaurant.
4 based on 415 reviews
Those of us of a certain age who recall the glories of French cuisine before it was abducted by those who spend more energy on fussy presentation, off-the-wall table settings, unlikely (and often unsuccessful) combinations of exotic ingredients than with good tasting food will probably adore this charming little restaurant.Outstanding food, outstanding service (the friendly, English-speaking waiter recommended glasses of a fabulous Chablis and an even more fabulous Chateauneuf du Pape to pair with the quenelle of black bass and lamb), with old school French country inn ambiance and good value for money. Sometimes you win. Sometimes you lose. This oneâs a winner.
4 based on 157 reviews
Thanks to Trip Advisor, we chose this little restaurant for lunch after visiting nearby Vaugines, a delightful wee village. A very friendly welcome from Mathieu and a pleasant atmophere, not too noisy despite being nearly full. Jolly decor. A choice of daily specials or the regular menu, so we ate off the blackboard and were more than delighted. The food was properly cooked, but also beautifully presented, really whetting the appetite. Probably the best meal of our holiday (we have one more to go). We would go again in a flash.
4 based on 293 reviews
We went to the Moulin for lunch after supermarket shopping in Pertuis on the strength of other Tripadvisor reviews. Outside is a traditional, slightly unpromising building on a busy corner of a main road, inside is a pleasant, contemporary little wine bar and restaurant. It was filled with local business people enjoying the 3 course prix fixÃ© menu. Staff were friendly and pleasant. We had very tasty starter of roquette salad with a pistou and aubergine tartine topped with bayonne ham, a pork tagine with couscous for main and fresh pineapple and ice cream for pud. That, plus two coffees and three excellent glasses of wine from good local vineyards, came to 41 euros for the two of us. We will definitely try it one evening to check out the evening menu and ambience.
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