We so enjoyed our first meal at this quiet pavement restaurant that we booked for our last night too. A small team in a tiny kitchen work wonders & the ladies at the front of house are well organised in what was always a busy popular eaterie often with queues for tables. At our first visit, choosing from an English version of their menu, we had duck salad & tomato & onion salad with cheese shavings for starters (a little over priced); mains were burger comte (the best burger my husband's ever had) & delicious duck with raspberries & polenta. I enjoyed their baileys dessert of coffee, cream & toasted almonds. We ate inside on this occasion as it was a cold evening. It's quite small inside with a cosy intimate atmosphere in which photographing the food felt inappropriate so no photos I'm afraid. We did sit at the pavement on our second visit enjoying the steak. Portions aren't huge & vegetables aren't served with the mains but the taste & quality is good. Prices are typical for Avignon i.e. not cheap but not especially over the top here.
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