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French, Bar, European
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Reviewed September 12, 2020

After waiting half an hour for a table we were not dissapointed! Lovely athmosphere and very good price/quality. I had the tuna tartare and my partner the heritage tomatoes with mozzarella cheese,crème brûlée for dessert and it was all delicious!

Date of visit: September 2020
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Reviewed July 25, 2019

Saturday mid holiday and the family went to a prebooked lunch at the Cafe du Village.I must admit that when I went to find it I walked straight past as it blend in so well with the antique stalls around it.I selected this restaurant because.......I never knew it existed although having visited The town many times and also the reviews were all very good. Having arrived on time,we perused the menu and I was amazed at the choices available. Various Salades,Tuna,Espadon,Sauron Tartare,Carpaccio of beef,Tartare deBoeuf,Assiette de la mer,Dorade grille.The desserts were all of the type found in Provence The cost for 10 persons.was just over €300 but that did consist of 13 Cokes,6 bottles of Cidre and 4bottles of Rose.Needless to say that there were no cars and we all walked back to the Villa fully replete. I would thoroughly recommend this hidden restaurant . Reserve beforehand as it is very popular with the locals.I look forward to a return visit.More

Date of visit: July 2019
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Reviewed May 19, 2019

We've lunched outside once before but our first experience inside, on a rather chilly April Sunday lunchtime. And discovered the atmosphere inside Le Cafe even better; although packed with many people waiting, the quality of the food, and service was excellent. We will make a...point of returning next time we visit the area, and highly recommend a visit.More

Date of visit: April 2019
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Reviewed April 28, 2019 via mobile

We come to the antique market very often. This place has great atmosphere. A nice outside area, good food, fantastic service and great value. So been here for just a coffee, glass of wine and also lunch. Ideal place.

Date of visit: April 2019
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Reviewed November 26, 2018

We stupidly hadn't booked for lunch on the day of the big antiques fair but were lucky to find a slot here. It was a fairly small menu and i think we had a burger - but it was very good and the folk friendly....A lovely pichet of rose in the sunshine topped lunch off! I'd certainly come back when it was a little less hectic to try more of the menu.More

Date of visit: August 2018
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Reviewed September 30, 2018 via mobile

We saw this restaurant on trip advisor so decided to seek it out and see if we could get a table. We didn’t have a reservation so had to make one for 2pm. (Only a 30 minute wait which gave us time to wander the...antique shops in the vicinity.) The restaurant was busy and full of locals which we liked. There was a definite buzz and lots of chatter and laughter. We liked the setting of the restaurant, the menu was good although by the time we sat down the lamb had finished. I had the mozzarella and tomato salad which was fresh and good, my husband the ravioli which as he wanted lamb felt very much like second best for him! I had ice cream (coffee -delicious), husband had creme brûlée-very good. We enjoyed a bottle of rosé and had a good meal. To be honest as I write this it’s a Sunday so I rather wish I was there now! ...it is also dog friendly and they just slept out of the heat under the table!More

Date of visit: September 2018
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Reviewed August 1, 2018

We came here with a large party who had booked out the whole restaurant. We were so impressed with the food (the profiteroles were amazing!) and the friendly service. We’d love to go back next time we’re in Provence!

Date of visit: July 2018
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Reviewed July 12, 2018 via mobile

Read reviews so after visiting market we set off to find this restaurant. It’s tucked away in the antique area and on arrival it was very busy. The host managed to seat us by moving a couple of tables even though we didn’t have a...reservation. Lovely meal at a great price. Busy lively cafe with lots of outside seating and lots of locals meeting up so probably best to make a reservation or get there early!More

Date of visit: July 2018
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Reviewed May 30, 2018

What a lovely little spot. I've been to the l'Isle 4x and wasn't aware of this place until one of our friends recommended it to us. Such a gorgeous interior as well as terrasse. The food was outstanding and the servers were lovely. Luckily Mathieu...spoke English which made everything so easy for us.I had the scallops to start and hubby had the escargot. We loved these so much we forgot to take pics of the mains haha. I had the swordfish and hubby had the duck. I enjoyed my fish very much but I have to say the duck was amazing, it came with this mushroom sauce that I could have drank straight from the little jug haha...we met friends after lunch and stayed for drinks with them. We never felt rushed or like we overstayed, the staff were so lovely and courteous with one of them even singing along when he was serving. Would definitely recommended and can't wait to go back.More

Date of visit: May 2018
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Reviewed April 10, 2018 via mobile

In the middle of the antique market, sits this wonderful café. The crowd is lively and diverse, the waitstaff helpful, friendly and efficient. The food is simple and delicious. Not overly expensive, this is a great place to stop for lunch during your shopping excursion.

Date of visit: April 2018
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