Best French restaurants nearby. Discover the best French food in Loriol-du-Comtat. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for French restaurants near you. including Cercle 85, Le Dolium - La Cave a Manger, Auberge St Roch, Creperie l'Hermine, Restaurant Adrien Aumaitre, Chez Serge, Le Pressoir, La Table des Balmes, Bistrot de la Gare, Au bord de l'Auzon
4 based on 96 reviews
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We stopped here for lunch after the Friday Market. Lovely location for outdoor eating. We chose the entree + plat du jour. Nicely presented, good portions. Loved the grilled courgettes. Local wine and beer. All very nice.
4 based on 58 reviews
Set in the old railway station, this recent addition to Aubignanâs restaurants is well worth a visit.Open every day but some days only lunchtime and some days only dinner. You need to check the opening times.Midday menu no choices. Around â¬17 for a three course menu with coffee. Evening menu has three choices.Cooking is simple but good. Eat outside on the platform. Very popular so you might be advised to book. Friendly staff.
4 based on 448 reviews
We stopped here for an impromptu lunch and were just thrilled with our find. The ambiance and the food were just fantastic. We all chose a variety of lunch meals and were very happy with the presentation and the flavours were sensational and delicious. We were a mixed age group and all very impressed with our lovely lunch. My canard was sensational - merci!!Parking was easy and the resturant was open and airy.
4 based on 196 reviews
We stopped by chance here for lunch on the public holiday on May 8th. The guy who served us was so helpful, we have little French and he had good English and was able to explain the plat du jour perfectly. The lamb skewer with maison frites and salad was delicious. The dessert du jour was annais (pineapple) with ice cream and then meringue flambed. It was a bit like a bombe alaska but using fresh pineapple - a treat to the taste buds. We'll be back staying in the region again next year and hope that we can visit more than one time for a meal and for the excellent service and sense of fun that the restaurant provided. The food was well priced and very good quality. It would be a great spot to sit for apero outside, under a vine shaded area, as well as for a full meal.
4 based on 1158 reviews
Chez Serge has been around for a long time......always reliable, but never surprising. Could use a bit of a faceleft/change of direction perhaps as it's being overtaken by some of the newcomers.....but it never lets you down and there is something to be said for that.
4 based on 169 reviews
This restaurant is in an unprepossessing light industrial area of Carpentras, but drive through the wrought iron gates to make the surprising discovery of a sympathetically renovated ProvenÃ§al "mas", or town farmhouse. The environment with the terrace, trees, and garden, as well as the superb interior with many original features add to the pleasure of the visit. AumaÃ®tre is an imaginative young chef who delivers tasty and exciting food that is great value for money. A marvellous addition to the foodie's list of haunts in Carpentras.
4 based on 348 reviews
A group of us had a great evening here. I can't remember much about the food except I think Grand Marnier was involved at some point and they will give you ice cream if you insist. Also they serve cider. The owner kept us well-entertained and we all left happy.Thank you very much for your apprÃ©ciation.i HOPE TOSEE YOU SOON.
4 based on 227 reviews
Auberge St. Roch has only 16 seats, and no outdoor patio. It's decor is very plain. But the food is SPECTACULAR. Each plate is a small masterpiece of design and color, you could be in a 3-star in Dijon! If you are in Beaumes, do not miss having a mean here. Fine wine list of great local reds, tiny menu, it all adds up to something special. We went back the next night - and it was still great the second time. Go!
4 based on 308 reviews
Michel Ducellier est un enfant de la rÃ©gion qui a fait ses classes chez le trÃ¨s cÃ©lÃ¨bre restaurant Ã©toilÃ© Christian Etienne en Avignon. Futur Disciple d'Auguste Escoffier, Michel Ducellier est un amoureux de la gastronomie et travaille des goÃ»ts naturels,
We arrived shortly after 7pm and received excellent service, avoiding the 8pm rush. The fois grois starter with a macaroon was delicious, the quail entree was spectacular, probably the best quail I've ever had, boneless and so tasty. The side of truffle blue cheese mashed potatoes was divine. The desert was also delicious and all on a â¬32 tasting menu. Our total bill was under â¬100 with a bottle of wine and 2 glasses of white wine to start. Competing with the best meal on our trip and we went to a Michelin 3 star. A real foodie find. Would highly recommend!
5 based on 62 reviews
Located in a pretty town of Provence, restaurant of refined traditional cuisine. Epicureans at heart, we have a selection of cocktails, as well as a wide range of wine and spirits; That go well with our chefâs cooking. We welcome you every lunchtime from
Came across this restaurant by accident whilst walking around the streets of Carpentras. We booking a table for our last day of holiday. The person who answered the phone spoke English and was very helpful. The restaurant is lovely with an nice outside courtyard at the back, where we sat. There was a set menu but the owner was a pains to stress that if there was anything we would like, he would try to facilitate it. We all had three courses, three beef and one duck for main. The food was amazing and very tasty. The deserts were gorgeous. They gave us a complimentary liqueur at the end. I would highly recommend, the cost for four people, three courses + wine and cocktails was â¬214.00, I think for what we got and the service provided this was good value. Would highly recommend
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