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$30 - $73
French, Mediterranean, European
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The restaurant of the Grand Hôtel Henri is in the extension just off the main hotel building. It has a beautiful decor with a fireplace dating back a c...
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Comfortable restaurant; one of our most delightful places.
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Reviewed September 2, 2020

A hot lunchtime in early September, but where better to be than under the parasols and plane trees lunching on the terrace of Le Petit Henri, L'Isle sur la Sorgue. We took the set menu of starter, main, glass of wine + coffee for 27€...and were not disappointed. An interesting and very fresh watermelon gazpacho to start with for me and a green bean salad with peach quarters, whole peeled almonds and slices of cold duck breast for my husband. A yellow pollack fillet on a bed of crushed tomatoes and topped with crunchy slices of fennel followed for me, while he had the veal on a bed of braised endives and pureed potatoes... yumm! A glass of white Ventoux for me and a pale, pale local Rosé for him rounded off our lunch, while the coffee was served with delightful and delicious 'croquettes aux amandes' (similar to Italian almond cookies). The service was attentive and genial.More

Date of visit: September 2020
Reviewed August 15, 2020

Lunch menu was limited but offered a choice that meant you couldn’t go wrong. It was €30 a head, for a starter, main course, glass of wine and coffee. Compared to the local tourist spots that offer poor quality food at the same price I...was amazed. Service, setting and food was 5/5!More

Date of visit: August 2020
Reviewed January 4, 2020 via mobile

Very limited menu. Service more or less ok. Dined 2 evenings so i had two thirds of the à la carte menus... do not worry the set menus are only a combination of the à la carte dishes. Nothing what I ate has been a...discovery on the contrary. So conclusion far to expensive for unimaginative cuisine with little taste. There is better cuisine not far away.More

Date of visit: January 2020
LeGrandHotelHenri, Responsable relations clients at Le Petit Henri, responded to this reviewResponded January 5, 2020

Dear Mr, We thank you very much for the precious time you spent in order to give us your feedback about your experience at the Petit Henri, our restaurant. Actually, our Chief of the restaurant, Le Petit Henri, made the choice to work with local...More

Reviewed November 26, 2019

Very nice place Good food (fabulous truffled homemade butter). Just for this I'll go back Nice service Will definitely go back when in the area

Date of visit: November 2019
Reviewed June 29, 2019 via mobile

We met with our niece for a few days of rest in Provence and had dinner at this fine establishment. We sat outside surrounded by the sound of the fountain and the scent of flowers. The food was excellent and the service as well. A...bit pricey however worth the detourMore

Date of visit: June 2019
LeGrandHotelHenri, Front office at Le Petit Henri, responded to this reviewResponded August 28, 2019

Dear Marco, We thank you very much for your excellent feedback about our restaurant Le Petit Henri. This is a great pleasure to read you like our garden and its fountain, our kitchen and our staff. We hope to see you again for your next...More

Reviewed June 23, 2019 via mobile

We expected much more from a Michelin recommended restaurant, especially at the price paid for the meal. Food was between ok to good, not great. The monkfish main was bland. The Tuna appetizer was nice, not more. The cherry dessert was not worth finishing.

Date of visit: June 2019
Reviewed May 25, 2019

Visited this restaurant for dinner without a reservation, following a recommendation (turned out they'd only been for lunch). Pleasant greeting and seated in a smart room with comfortable chairs - good start. Starters were ok, while uninspiring, but main course was a “hard chew” and...not enjoyable. Cheese selection was uninteresting (no choice of cheeses). Desserts were pre-manufactured (bought-in) and not very tasty. With a glass of wine and water, that was €150 for 2!More

Date of visit: May 2019
LeGrandHotelHenri, Reception at Le Petit Henri, responded to this reviewResponded August 28, 2019

Dear Guest, We thank you very much for the time you spent in order to give us your feedback and we appreciate. This is a great pleasure to read you like how the place was furnished. We feel sorry about your disapointement about our prices...More

Reviewed December 11, 2018

This excellent hotel is in the perfect place to explore this town, and the added benefit of its own car park in a place where parking is at a premium. Pleasant and helpful staff, comfortable rooms. A little on the pricey side, hence 4 instead...of 5 stars.More

Date of visit: August 2018
Reviewed October 10, 2018

Have to disagree with a recent review, as we experienced a very attentive staff even thought the restaurant was full. The presentation was top notch and we never had to pour our own wine. The tasting menu was creative and delicious. A fitting last night...of a 6 night stay here.More

Date of visit: October 2018
Reviewed October 7, 2018 via mobile

We are visiting from Australia and are staying in the hotel. We decided do give ourselves a treat and eat at a Michelin rated restaurant. A new experience for us. We were most disappointed. Compared with the standard of Australian fine dining restaurants, not even...“hatted” restaurants, the service was not to standard. Our napkins were not placed on our laps, bread crumbs were left all night on the table from the first course. We pored our own drinks all night. The staff were very friendly but lacked the poise and attention expected in any fine dining restaurant. They are clearly not trained to deal with customers as you would expect in a fine dining restaurant. Not sure what the requirements are for a Michelin rating but clearly must be different to a hatted restaurant in Australia. The food was very well presented and the menu was excellent. Overall it was a good experience but not what we expected. We had better service and attention at a casual restaurant in I’sle-sur-la-sorgue the previous night.More

Date of visit: October 2018
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