We arrived late, they could have refused to sit us on the microscopic terrace in front of the diminutive room, but instead they welcomed us with a smile! We sat, famished, and got 2 different savory crepes, made with buckwheat flour, and filled with luscious concoctions that went well with the "bolee" of apple cider that we chose. We sat in the sun, on that side street of Vaison la Romaine and enjoyed ourselves way after the official closing time and never felt pressured. The Tiramisu was average, but the coffee was good, and the moment was perfect.
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