Excellent atmosphere and cuisine. Better book before going. And don't forget to visit the 12th century well downstairs.
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Beautiful venue from the outside with several stickers indicating 'Michelin' status on the front door, but overall we had an average dining experience here. The food was fine, as it should have been for this caliber of restaurant, but the service & ambience was nothing...More
This restaurant has a beautiful exterior and an elegant dining room. The food was excellent traditional French food; I had the pistou, my husband had the chèvre and aubergine in phyllo pastry then we both had the daube- so rich and tasty. The service was...More
My wife found Chez Feraud in the Lonely Planet guide so following our lunch at L'Epicerie (amazing - see my review), we reserved a table for dinner. Our waiter, who has to be the owner, delivered a truly French culinary experience and the food and...More
On this day I had the daube, a French beef stew. The beef used in making daube is not the best cut, but it is cooked slowly for a long time and then is very tender. This daube is very flavorful, but not just a...More
Two of us visited on a rather chilly October evening. A warm welcome and an excellent meal, reasonably priced and a good choice of fish dishes. And a pleasant Provencale white wine, what more can one wish for? Recommended!
We almost drowned walking to this restaurant about half a mile from our hotel . When we arrived, dripping wet, our host was at the door ready to assist us as we dried off. His menu had price fixe(30 Eori or 36 Euro with dessert)...More
We had been trying to get into various places but as it was Saturday night everywhere was fully booked. We stumbled across this place and it was a real treat. The maître d' was excellent - very friendly and attentive. The food and wine were...More
A good variety on the set menu and a very helpful English translation. The food was beautifully cooked and well presented. We indulged in 3 courses and every course was a delight. The fried small fish (whitebait) as an entree were delicious. The waiter was...More
My husband and I had been touring about all day enjoying the beautiful Provence countryside. We found this restaurant by chance as we strolled the streets of the city. What a find! The wait staff was attentive and courteous. Our dining experience was wonderful. I...More