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4 based on 533 reviews
I admit I'm totally biased because we live nearby in Vence and feel blessed to have a Michelin star restaurant on our doorstep. I'd just like to be able to afford to go more frequently.
Christophe Dufau is always inventing and experimenting so you definitely won't find the same menu for 25 years like you do in Colombe d'Or Saint Paul de Vence for example. Not even 25 days!
I love how Les Bacchanals juxtaposes the beautiful artwork and sculptor with their exquisite food. It's like eating in a cosy gallery. Al fresco is a real treat, they have a lovely wild garden they've cultivated. Make sure you use their car park because a friend got a hefty ticket for parking on the main road near Matisse chapel. The entrance is on the road below, it's very easy to miss it!
4.5 based on 236 reviews
Had an amazing braised lamb shank here a few months ago and I'm STILL thinking about it. We sat in the little courtyard outside the restaurant and enjoyed the musicians, cats and even a little domestic "debate" in one of the overlooking flats. Wonderful little spot, and leave some extra time to wander the the little charming town.
4 based on 99 reviews
We did a tour of Tourrettes-sur-Loup and then caught this restaurant for a late lunch just before they were closing. It is located in the main square in the far corner. Nice food and although the staff dont speak particularly good English, they are friendly and have a sense of humour and you can get by.
4.5 based on 372 reviews
After an absence of 2 years from Vence, we returned to find things little changed. La Farigoule, for example, is as glorious as ever. Beautiful weather means that dinner in the pretty courtyard at the rear is sheer delight. Front of house, the owner and staff are totally charming and the chef proprietor in the kitchen produces delicious, imaginative food. I'm sure another return visit this evening will fully justify my view that this is by far the best restaurant in Vence and its environs.
5 based on 273 reviews
This is another treasure of this delightful village , turn right as soon you go thought the gates situated in the wall before you go out on to the Terrace . All the flavours were excellent , biggest problem deciding which ones to have , enjoy we did
4.5 based on 293 reviews
A very friendly welcome for our large party (of eight) for lunch. The lunch menu has three interchangeable entree/plat combinations, giving plenty of choice. Every option we had offered exquisite flavours (although the sea bass was a little soft for some of us) and was perfectly proportioned. Desserts were exquisite. A throughly enjoyable lunch - to be repeated in a year's time, if not sooner.
4.5 based on 345 reviews
Truly the work of an artist, La Cassoulette's dishes were beautiful in concept, taste,
and visual pleasure. An Amuse Bouche of carrot purée and whipped cream was a delightful surprise. An entree of grenouilles were fresh and tiny, a pile in a green parsley creme 'pond' that was both an experience and a taste sensation. We also had grilled calamari and risotto that was a perfect dream of flavors. Pure pleasure of ambience, charm, simplicity of decor and genuine warmth. Cannot recommend it more highly.
4.5 based on 225 reviews
My husband & I had the pleasure of staying in the charming village of Tourrettes-sur-Loup June 13-16. During a leisurely stroll, we noticed La Cave de Tourrettes and decided to stop for a leisurely lunch. This was a fortuitous find for us as we so enjoyed our meal. Sitting on the Terrace, amidst the medieval buildings of Tourrettes-sur-Loup, we so enjoyed our meal consisting of Taboule de chou fleur, Spaghetti a la tapenade vert, with banana Bonafee for dessert. With attentive service, exceptional food and a picturesque setting, La Cave de Tourrettes was parfait!
4.5 based on 491 reviews
« Agapes », feminine plural noun: "feast among friends"Les Agapes is first and for most a kid's dream, Jean-Philippe Douroux's dream. With a cooking and pastry training background, he makes his dream come true at 28 years old, becoming chef of his own restaurant. Located in Vence (France), in the heart of the historical city, is where this passionate about cooking has settled.In his plates, a subtle mix of tradition and innovation. From the appetizer to the dessert, here no dishes are served without quality products, fresh and seasonal. On the menu: two varied and inventive menus but the chef also offers a board with more choices, inspired by the daily market products.Good... and beautiful, Jean-Philippe's dishes present on a platter the pleasure of taste buds but also pleasure for the eyes. In the winter, it is a « cocooning » ambiance: meet up on the first floor in a cosy dining room for 30 guests. Intimate ambiance guaranteed, in a beautiful, chic, sober and inspired setting.In the summer? Gather on the sunny Terrace filled with flowers for 40 guests. A relaxing break...inevitably gourmet, at the heart of a charming pedestrian area. Great outing idea: during the festival « Les nuits du Sud » (the southern nights), the chef offers a tasty stop with a special menu, preceding the Concerts.Whether in the dining room or the kitchen, Les Agapes also means a dynamic and strong team, linked by work well done and a warm welcome. Welcome home!
We enjoyed an excellent dinner from the 29 euro menu. I had a cross between ratatouille and gazpacho to start which was delicious followed by sea bream while my husband had an unusual take on a spring roll followed by Guinea fowl. All the food both looked and tasted beautiful. We would certainly eat there again on another trip to Vence.
4.5 based on 195 reviews
Bit of a strange one ... food was good enough ,waiter was friendly , but we were placed inside rather than on the nice balcony ,where there were tables available ,and it was pretty warm. I put down average ,but would have chosen 'Good' if that was a choice but it goes from average to very good and I wouldn't agree with that accolade .
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