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So pleased we found this restaurant in Malaucene. The food was beautiful as was the winner.
the service was equally as good as the food.
One of the best meals I have had for a while.
It made my holiday.
Although we are did a lot of very good restaurants at this side of the Ventoux, I was really astonished by the quality and beauty of each plate. We took the menu formula that leaves you still a good choice. I think the price/quality is...More
We absolutely loved our experience at Chez Laurette. The food was exquisite - beautifully constructed, everything looked amazing and tasted wonderful.
Had the foie gras and tuna tartare to start followed by the duck and the Norwegian cod as mains. Desserts are also lovely. You...More
Mid March the restaurant was quiet. Menu of the day had no choice, but each course was really original and superb flavours - "deconstructed onion soup" included onion ice cream. Menu price was mid to high range for the local market but worth it. Laurette...More
We made reservations by telephone from California and I’m glad we did. It is deservedly popular. The young man at the front of the house was kind and welcoming. We had an excellent meal and one we’ll remember because of the imaginative presentations and wonderful...More
Last day of honeymoon and we managed to save the best til last. The Ventoux menu selected by the hubster was amazing - delicious fried goats cheese, massive sweet tasting lamb shank, and a tart to finish. I chose the vegetarian menu - tomato and...More
Definitely the best restaurant in Malaucene. We visit the town every year and we're more impressed than ever thus year with the menu. Beautiful but substantial food and the expected wonderful local wine. Friendly service.
Visited on the occasion of my brother in laws 50th and it was well worthy of the celebration. Food and service excellent with broad wine collection. It does sit on the road but once eating you’ll soon not notice.
There are not so many options in this little town on the foot of the Mont Ventoux. This small restaurant deserves their first TA place. We got a warm welcome. The owner speaks a bit of English and gave good translation of the few dishes....More