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Lunching through Provence

Guy Bouchet A frame of blossoming jaspine adds to the appeal of the bistro's organic menu

Photo: Guy Bouchet

Nothing compares to a languid lunch or a multicourse dinner in the French countryside. From Arles to Apt, here are some of the most delicious—and charming—family-run restaurants in the south of France. Read the article

Themes: Food + Drink

Inspired by: Great Bistros of Provence — by Linda Dannenberg, Published Apr. 2006

Restaurants (7)

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    Le Bouquet de Basilic

    In the tourist-clogged hill town of Gordes, it's not easy finding a place to eat—a pleasant, authentic, and reasonably priced place, that is, among

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    Le Jardin du Quai

    In a century-old house across from the train station in L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, a celebrated riverside town of antiquaires, Le Jardin du Quai is one

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    Numéro 75

    The former mansion of Jules Pernod, creator of the famous anisette liqueur that still bears his name, now houses one of Avignon's newest restaurant

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    Le Bistrot du Paradou

    New owners Jean-Louis and Mireille Pons, from nearby Arles, took over Chez Quénin, changing the name to the trendier-sounding Bistrot du Paradou an

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    La Charcuterie

    Located on a narrow street opening onto the Place du Forum in the heart of old Arles, this former charcuterie dates from 1942. The tiny space is no

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    Bistrot d'Eygalières

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    Bistro de France

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