Find out what Italian restaurants to try in Seguret including Le Gout de la Pizza, Restaurant le pont romain, Chez Rina, La Loupiote, Gael Pizza (camion pizza), Pizzeria de Luca, Pizzeria Le Vieux Vaison, Pizzeria le Vintage, Bella Napoli, Pizza Papa Vaison
4 based on 44 reviews
Located in the front of the Super U market in Vaison - this small eatery was quite a find. Strong black coffee and pastries for breakfast from 1euro, lunchtime and evening, Pizzas cooked fresh in the Pizza oven-Delicious and all ingredients freshly prepared,Can eat in or take-away.Special offer 2 pizzas (choice of 4) for 11EURO.Good service.
3 based on 76 reviews
We were looking for a good Pizza before going to the dance festival. Decided to stear clear of the many touristy looking places and were attracted to this authentic looking Italian restaurant just off the square. We were first customers of the evening, service was routine, like we were just another customer with no engagemen from the waitress, pizzas were average , best thing about it, it was cheap as was the pichet of wine! Maybe the touristy ones would have been better!
4 based on 34 reviews
This is a very casual establishment that probably really caters to take away. We, however, ate at one of their tables on the sidewalk outside and had a very nice meal. Our server was pleasant and our pizzas were delicious. The crust was thin and crispy and the toppings were fresh and tasty. I definitely recommend for a good pizza.
3 based on 399 reviews
Just outside the gate of the old city is Pizzeria Le Vieux Vaison. The staff quickly seated us at our choice of outside tables with a view of the gate and city walls. Nice menu selection above and beyond pizza. Our meals were served rather quickly, then we were allowed to linger and enjoy the ambiance. Definitely a good choice!
4 based on 20 reviews
If you like authentic wafer thin delicious Italian pizza you'll love Claude's pizza, if you want that thick stodgy stuff heaped with cheese, sausage and the kitchen sink forget it! The warm summer evenings are the best time to eat here on the shady terrace, if, unusually the weather is bad or (more likely) the Mistral is blowing there is a little room upstairs but only a few tables.N.B. the pizzeria is ONLY open Thursday, Friday & Saturday EVENINGS, not lunchtime, and the pizzeria ONLY OPENS IN THE SUMMER, usually May - September.Bon apÃ©tit!
5 based on 97 reviews
Gael, un jeune entrepreneur passionnÃ© de pizzas eu un jour lâidÃ©e dâassocier travail et passion. Il se mit en route dans le Vaucluse avec son camion Pizza pour vous faire profiter de son talent. Depuis dÃ©jÃ plus de trois ans, ils prouvent Ã ses proches qu
Gael Pizza (GP) catered our post wedding event.We absolutely love pizza and wanted something easy and street foody for our guests to enjoy. Choosing GP ticked all the boxes.Communication about prices and pizza choices was simple and stress free (which meant a lot to me, as planning the wedding was stressful in itself) and the food was absolutely delicious and outstanding value for what we received. I have been craving the pizza ever since! We had a mix of vegetarian and meat pizzas, a nutella cheesecake/ fruit salad dessert. The food was impeccable, our guests absolutely raved about it. The team came fully equipped, we didn't need to worry about them - they simply got on with it! The GP staff are super stars, assisting guests with the language barrier and some travel issues. We cannot thank the whole team at GP enough for being part of our wedding celebration and strongly recommend visiting and/or hiring them, if you're after some authentic Italian cuisine. Wishing everyone at Gael Pizza all the best for the future!
4 based on 233 reviews
The fishsoup is very nice, the lamb and fries are also good. The location has a poor acoestic and ventilation. The moment an other table starts stone-grilling the place fills with cooking smells. Service is poor: table's are not cleared during the meal and you will not get the chance to order the last course of your menu, as staff simply stays away...
4 based on 148 reviews
Definitely worth a visit for lunch. In a busy pedestrianised street, surrounded by little shops. Good food - try the salade Normande or the vegetarian salad both with brilliant baked camembert and/or goat's cheese. Pleasant service, outside tables on the street. Altogether a recommended lunchtime meal.
4 based on 130 reviews
Downstairs at the 2000 year old Pont Romaine in Vaison a cave is entered carved into the rock on the edge of the Ouvex. The cuisine was imaginative and delicious, the prices modest and the atmosphere lively and very friendly. Yet another fine Vaison restaurant.
5 based on 100 reviews
This is a nice new comer for Vaison-La-romaineYes itâs its just a pizza place,but with a different touch,everything is made right on command,they have good ingredients,we had a 4 fromaggios a one with coppa and burrata and one with duck all of them excellent (for people that watch their salt,do mention it!)The place is simple nice and clean ,I will go back
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