Find out what Contemporary restaurants to try in Noves including Auberge De Cassagne, La Cuisine du Dimanche, Pollen, Restaurant de Tourrel
4 based on 562 reviews
Five minutes from Avignon city center and the motorway A7 (exit nÂ°23), a charming provenÃ§al home set in magnificent and peaceful garden. Internationally renowned gastronomic restaurant (chef Philippe Boucher, ex. Bocuse, Georges Blanc). ProvenÃ§al restaura
We reserved here based on TripAdvisor reviews and were not disappointed with either the menu or the service. Both were flawless. A nice touch: one of the owners visited every table, confirming the diners' satisfaction in both English and French. However, choose another restaurant if you aren't prepared to spend 100 Euros pp for dinner with wine.The cheese cart is magnificent with 30 or more choices. We watched a diner at an adjacent table choose 6 (we had read that 3 were the rule) to the apparent chagrin of the server. Then to our amusement, her companion declined the cheese course.
5 based on 285 reviews
Authentic and greedyIn the room or on the terrace of "La Cuisine du Dimanche" you will be welcomed in a warm and family atmosphere. "Ã la carte", we discover authentic flavours with dishes of seasons and products any right(law) come from the market, a " c
I keep track of my top 5 restaurants I have visited world wide. 12 years in the making. From Marmalade in Puerto Rico to Sensi in Barcelona. But itâs been years since I have had a chance to announce a new favorite. La cuisine du Dimanche. Wow. Husband and wife buy this restaurant from the prior owners nearly 4 years ago. The prior owners would only sell to this couple that would continue the tradition. And they have done so and moreGreat wine list. Great service. (My wife orders the seasonal vegetables as her entree only to find out they were beets. They quickly changed it out to a fabulous purÃ©e of carrots and grilled vegetables. It was crazy good.). The risotto was amazing as was the duck. Everything was truly crazy good which puts it now in my top 5 world wide. DO yourself a favor. Dine here!Merci d'avoir pris le temps de vous arrÃªter chez nous et de partager votre avis. Au plaisir de vous servirPauline et Mathieu
4 based on 115 reviews
We spent one night in Avignon and wanted to choose very carefully the restaurant we will dine at. After a long search we decided to choose Pollen, which looked very promising. We were not disappointed. The space is very pleasant and relaxing. Staff was very nice and helpful. The chef served few of the dishes himself and the food and wine were absolutely great. We donât eat meat and asked the restaurant if they can accommodate our dietary restrictions. They said it is not a problem. We took the 6 courses menu with a bit of hesitation since we were afraid The chef would prepare us a âcompromiseâ dishes. All the dishes served were perfectly made with 4 different types of fish. We highly recommend the experience.
5 based on 256 reviews
Hotel de Tourrel offers its guests a heated rooftop swimming pool, a wine boutique featuring 500 labels, a Mediterranean restaurant ran by the Marseillais Jeremy Scalia who was awarded with 1 MICHELIN star, a panoramic rooftop terrace providing exclusive
This restaurant has a Michelin star. That alone was reason to try it. The star is well-deserved and I would not be surprised if a second was awarded in the future.The chef takes full advantage of the local produce, meats, and fish. This is Provence. The tomatoes explode in your mouth with an intensity found nowhere else. The herbs are simple, yet amazing. The lamb was sous vide to perfection. The chef has an uncanny knack to mix the flavors with different combinations so that one reinforces the other. The hotel manager was our server and while he may or may not be a sommelier, he has a sommelier's knowledge and ability to ask a few questions and perfectly match the wine to the dish, given an individual's palate and preferences.I thought the first course was one of the best I've eaten, only to have it topped by the next and the next and the next. This is experiential dining with flavors, combinations, aromas, and exceptional service.If you get a chance to dine at de Tourrel, take it. Advance registration (i.e., days in advance) is required and it is not cheap. However, it is a dining event you will remember. We thought the food was better than KOKS in Torshavn in the Faroe Islands (which has two Michelin stars).
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