This unspoilt village south of the Luberon runs to two restaurants and two pizza places. However, at this time of year the restaurants, while still opening for lunches, only open for dinner on Fridays and Saturdays. Lou Pebre d'Ai was recommended by the manager of our gite, who said that booking was essential. Indeed, the place was pretty full.
The atmosphere is convivial and the service very friendly. They do a three-course menu for €26.50 but there are 5-6 choices per course plus three daily specials, one of which is always fish. And they weren't bothered that we didn't have the full three courses. All the entrees came on a large bed of mixed salad, which was most welcome given how hard it is to get a decent portion of vegetables in many French restaurants. It is good home cooking, nothing in the least sophisticated, but tasty and the protein comes in large portions. Desserts were a tad disappointing, tasting of sugar but not much else. We had house wine in pichets, which was perfectly pleasant, while a carafe of water arrived at the table along with the bread badket. All in all, an enjoyable experience.
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