It's a very good French restaurant. Firstly, I can pronounce his name without shame.
His food is great and people are so nice and lovely.
And last but not the least, the ice creams are awesome!
5 rue des Teinturiers, 84000, Avignon
+33(0)8 99 23 02 18
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The third weekend in September is the Journees du Patrimoine when France flings its cultural doors open wide and squashes many entrance fees! If you're in Vaison la Romaine head for the Roman ruins or the mediavel citadel for guided tours.
Loacted right in the historic center of Avignon, this is a "fusion" restaurant based on Cuisine Provencale with a touch of exotic flavours and a lot of creativity.
The atmosphere is cosy with modern paintings on the walls by a local painter and prices are reasonable.
29 rue de la Saraillerie 84000 Avignon
Tel 04 90852183
Nestled on a side street in the shadow of the Papal Palace, La Vache a Carreaux could justly claim to be one of the finest restaurants in Provence, a region renowned for its cuisine. Simply yet quirkily decorated and with a homely feel added to by the extremely friendly and attentive service, La Vache a Carreaux offers a wonderful range of local dishes and a fantastic wine list to accompany it. A truly memorable dining experience, the food is of the highest quality (the succulent salmon was cooked to absolute perfection) and every effort is made to ensure your satisfaction. Its moderate pricing is truly fantastic value for what you get.
18 Rue Peyrollerie, 84000 Avignon, France.
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