World Cuisine in Vaucluse (18)
La table du mas
At the head of the kitchens of the Mas des Herbes Blanches, Xavier Burelle plays a personal score that echoes the gastronomy of Provence, the Comté de Nice and Italy, but also the flavours of the world.
Le bistrot de la huppe
Nestled in a green setting in the heart of the Gordes, this old farmhouse (1850) has been converted into a 4-star hotel restaurant. Provencal and Mediterranean cuisine.
Bistrot des roques
Come and discover the Bistrot de Village and take advantage of its shaded terrace or its warm room to spend a pleasant moment!
Cuisine based on fresh, local and seasonal products. No menu here, the choice is made on the slate. 2 starters, 2 main courses, 2 desserts which change several times a week.
Restaurant le roy soleil
On the markets, our chef search the best products, his inspiration and the subtlety of the flavors, so that his recipes are marked by delicacy in the respect for the Mediterranean tradition.
La table du Ventoux - hôtel de crillon le brave
The Jérôme Blanchet restaurant is the unmissable meeting place for all epicureans. The menus feature local produce throughout the seasons, a perfect osmosis between flavours and textures.
Sarah and Laurent welcome you from Tuesday to Saturday evening.
Gourmet and creative cuisine, made with fresh, seasonal and 100% home-made products.
Auberge la Fenière
Reine Sammut has been a woman chef since 1975. By her passion, her precision? she is decorated with a star in the Michelin guide.
La petite maison de Cucuron
A fantastic little restaurant in the heart of the Luberon. The Chef concocts a true gourmet cuisine with all the seasonal produce from the market. In a beautiful harmony of quality are offered the menu full of charm and flavours of the products of the season and an extensive wine list.
Pretty 16th-century building in the heart of the city Séguret, one of the "Most Beautiful Villages de France". Exalt your taste buds in rooms with a contemporary style or on the terrace with a breathtaking view of the vineyard.
A home-made kitchen, based on fresh and seasonal products in the decor of an old pastry shop founded in 1820, listed as a Bâtiment de France.