Provence Restaurants

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  • 1. L'Agape


    An Avignon hot spot, this contemporary gastropub in the heart of the city aspires to something more akin to haute cuisine. Chef Julien Gleize applies...Read More

  • 2. L'Oustalet


    Chef Laurent Deconinck won his first Michelin star in 2018, proving to the culinary mainstream what Provence gourmands have known all along: that this is...Read More

  • 3. La Mercerie

    $$$ | Noailles

    A stylishly high-low decor that joins distressed walls, minimalist lighting, and sleek designer chairs with a setting in Marseille's emerging Noailles neighborhood is your first...Read More

  • 4. Le Bistro du Paradou


    This spot has seen its share of famous diners, from French movie stars to politicians, but you'd never know it from the friendly and laid-back...Read More

  • 5. Le Vivier


    Patrick Fischnaller returned to southern France from London and quickly won acclaim (and a Michelin star) with this dazzler just outside L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue's center. Start off...Read More

  • 6. Mickaël Féval


    This is the kind of place where young cooks dream of working to learn the ropes, and Féval, quite young himself, has trained many a...Read More

  • 7. Bistrot Découverte


    Claude and Dana Douard were happy to collaborate with some of the greatest chefs of our time before getting away from the big city lights...Read More

  • 8. Chez Bob


    In a smoky, isolated stone farmhouse filled with old posters, you'll taste Camargue cooking at its rustic best. There's only the daily four-course menu (€45),...Read More

  • 9. L'Atelier de Nicolas


    Laid-back and unpretentious as this space may be, when it comes to the food, chef Nicolas Epiard is on his toes, serving up traditional local...Read More

  • 10. L'Essentiel


    This chic hot spot, steps from the Palais des Papes, is part of the "bistronomy" movement, which focuses on creative cooking, a casual atmosphere, and...Read More

  • 11. Le Chaudron


    Just off Cassis's picturesque port, locals and visitors alike flock to this off-the-beaten-tourist path and welcoming bistro and terrace serving classic Provençal meals on one...Read More

  • 12. Le Fournil


    In an old bakery in a natural grotto deep in stone, lighted by candles and arty torchères, this restaurant would be memorable even without its...Read More

  • 13. Le Gros Ventre


    In a cozy and romantic space enhanced by soft lighting and tables set at discreet distances from each other, you can enjoy some of the...Read More

  • 14. Les Arcenaulx

    $$$ | Vieux Port

    At this book-lined, red-wall haven in the stylish book-and-boutique complex of a renovated arsenal, you can have a sophisticated regional lunch and read while you're...Read More

  • 15. Maison de la Truffe et du Vin


    Set in a stately 17th-century mansion atop Ménerbes, the restaurant at the Maison de la Truffe et du Vin is where you can sample the...Read More

  • 16. L'Enclos de la Fontaine


    Nîmes's fashionable postcorrida gathering spot is in the Art Deco Hotel Impérator, with warm-weather dining in an idyllic garden court. The food is hearty and...Read More

  • 17. Lavault


    Named for its vaulted stone cellar, where you can dine or enjoy your predinner apéro (a better choice than the ordinary upstairs), this bistro has...Read More

  • 18. Le Malthazar

    $$$ | Vieux Port

    This classic Mediterranean brasserie, with brightly tiled floors and a long zinc bar, is the home of two–Michelin star chef Michel Portos, a native son...Read More

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