You'll need to book far in advance, expect to pay a lot, and be prepared for a nearly three hour meal. But you will be well rewarded. We enjoyed entrees of zucchini blossoms stuffed with a fish brandade in a curry sauce, and a lobster risotto, a favorite of the meal. For mains an outstanding pigeon, duck breast, monkfish for the three of us. Hard to say which was best but I favored the pigeon. The desserts were equally delicious. We dined on he small terrace across a small street from the restaurant overlooking a valley. We will fondly remember our meal at La Closerie as one of he highlights of our time in the Luberon. The Michellin star is well deserved.
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