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“A repeat visit to a lovely venue”

Auberge de La Camarette
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $21 - $38
Cuisines: French
Dining options: Reservations
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Dining options: Reservations
Reviewed September 16, 2016

We had a wonderful lunch here last year, and a repeat visit did not disappoint. The courses were beautifully presented, with about the right amount of space between courses. We did not feel rushed at any stage.

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Reviewed September 9, 2016

This is actually the original house on the venyard. There are about 6 tables and you need a reservation which is hard to get unless you give yourself a few days. The chef is superb and he and his chef wife did internships in Utah during the winter Olympics and speak perfect English. The 5 course meal is a prix-fixe and the price of around $32 per person is incredible for this area. One of the finest meals we have ever had. They also start you off with all the wine, grape juice you can drink on the patio outside before going into the lovely dining area.

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Reviewed August 28, 2016

We were treated to dinner here by friends - an excellent choice.
The dining area is the courtyard of the property, open to the skies, with the most rustic of lights hanging from the trees. Service is very friendly, attentive and informative. There seems to be an everlasting supply of the house (literally, it is a vineyard) wine. Starters were unusual, excellent and generous. For my main course, I chose torreau, bull steak, and the waitress advised me how to have it cooked. It was rarer than I would have chosen, but it might just have converted me to less-well cooked meat.
I wasn't paying, but I suspect it is a bit expensive, but worth it for the location alone, within sight of Mt Ventoux.

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Reviewed August 28, 2016 via mobile

We stayed in Perne-les-fontaines and visited for a dégustation and lunch on the recommendation of the owner of the house we had rented and we really weren't disappointed. The wines were delicious and the lunch was perfect. Exquisite food, warm and friendly service and a perfect courtyard setting. Magical. Highly, highly recommended.

Thank Ben I
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Reviewed July 28, 2016

Our hosts booked us a table at this exquisite restaurant set within a working vineyard. The courtyard setting was simple but stunning, the use of the old buildings and lights created a wonderful atmosphere. The food was amazing, the combinations of flavours were perfect and complemented the pared wines perfectly. The meal and wine were exceptional value for money, we would have happily paid at least double! The following day we returned to buy some of their wine and olive oil

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