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This is honestly one of the most amazing culinary experiences we've had on our trip to Europe. Everything Ariane and her team here do is farm-to-table. The atmosphere is local, relaxed and so inviting. The staff is warm and friendly.
I know Chez Ariane is known as a wine bar but the food is excellent. We enjoyed quiche with jambon, gratin pomme de terre and warm chocolate cake with ice cream. We sat at one of the outside tables early in the evening, so we...More
Chez Ariane is a bar a vins. Food is served but nothing flask. The chacuterie was excellent and the gratin a pommes de terre was filling. Interesting mix of local clientale from all age groups. Good wine by the glass. I specially found the Cote...More
very nice place for an informal dinner! food is good, we had an amazing beer but the best thing is the wonderful lady running the place with charcater, kindness and style which made the night spent there the best of the trip!
My husband and I were supposed to stay two nights in Arles but we ended up staying two weeks as we loved it so much. We were at Chez Ariane almost every night after dinner hanging out with the local friends we made while staying....More
We stopped in here based on a recommendation in Rick Steves' book. What a find. It was after the heavy tourist season so we had the place to ourselves until the locals showed up. After dinner we moved to the bar and felt part of...More
We actually didn't eat at the Ariane's but had only a drink. The staff was really helpful and super polite, the location and interior well chosen and charming. Getting to talk to the guests, they all seemed happy about their choice – especially about the...More
It's not a real restaurant but a 'bistrot au vin' so you can choose from a list of not so many dishes but interesting. Good selection of french quiches. From our side, we had a dinner and we enjoyed it. We drunk 'vin du pays'...More