Top 10 foods in La Roque-d'Antheron, France
Discover the best food in La Roque-d'Antheron, France including L'Auberge du Castellas, Le Bocage, Le Grain de Sel, Chez Cesar, Lou Pebre d'Ai, Le Cafe du Midi, Au Moulin Gourmand, Le Dix'vin, Le Quille glacier, Les Aromates
1. L'Auberge du Castellas
4 based on 629 reviews
Reviewed By MDiggity3791 - Los Angeles, California
Great little restaurant!
We had a wonderful time here. Very tasty food, very kind and light-hearted wait staff (who did not speak English but did a great job of working with us through it!) and a cool interior and atmosphere.
2. Le Bocage
4 based on 298 reviews
Reviewed By PestfromBuda - Chiswick, United Kingdom
Amazing little restaurant
I am so impressed with the standard of small restaurants in villages/towns tucked away in the French countryside. This is no exception. We booked (important) through a recommendation and were served fabulous food and good local wine. After such a good meal, we were thankful we only had a few metres to waddle back!
3. Le Grain de Sel
4 based on 178 reviews
Reviewed By meggie2011
Creative, Fresh + Really Interesting
This restaurant was recommended by our hosts at 'Le Petit Figuires' B+B and I was delighted with the range of menu choices, the inventive and creative dishes and our final dish choices, there presentation and the wonderful flavours. What made this experience very special was the head chef came to our table and described each dish on his menu in english as we had no french. He came out again to describe dessert menu and I would not normally order dessert, but hey I am glad I did. All I can say; I will be using rocket in my next dessert creation at home - clever + creative with fresh ideas.
4. Chez Cesar
4 based on 130 reviews
Reviewed By simhampton - Valencia, Spain
I've been here so many times if it's about time I wrote a review. Sometimes I have the generous dish of the day, but my favorite is the bruschetta corse which comes with figatelli, a corsican blood sausage. It's a strange taste but rather moreish. What really makes the place however is the genuinely warm friendly welcome.
5. Lou Pebre d'Ai
4 based on 389 reviews
Reviewed By CardiffZorro - Cardiff
Good food, service and excellent value - can definitely recommend
We ate her twice during our stay in Lauris and on both occasions we really enjoyed our meals.The restaurant was busy and there was nice background music and a good atmosphere. The restaurant is run by a very hard working and pleasant young couple and they deserve to be successful. There was a set 25 euro menu and across both visit our recommendations would be; Starters - Carpaccio of Daurade (sea bream), crispy crepe with goats cheese; for mains the confit lamb was superb - (slow roast lamb shanks served with crispy potato wedges and ratatouille) - worth going just for this! The (loup de mer) sea bass with mashed potatoes was also very good. For dessert we enjoyed the cheese, coconut panacotta and lemon cheese cake - all good. Carafes (0.5L) of very drinkable Luberon wine were 8 euros and Muscat dessert wine only a a few euros. Would definitely eat here if staying in the area.
6. Le Cafe du Midi
4 based on 112 reviews
Reviewed By Jordan S
Charming beyond reason, tasty too!
On our way to visit the Silvacane Abbaye, a couple of friends and I stopped in for what we thought would be a quick bite (while we were waiting for the afternoon break at the Abbey to end). Boy, were we surprised. Arriving just at the beginning of the prix fixe menu (started at 14:00 and apparently offered until 23:00), the menu was recited to us - not handed to us. We were immediately charmed. Pork and beef were essentially the options, both coming with frites, mushrooms in duck foie gras, a lovely (and thick and creamy) French sauce/gravy, and a gorgeous chocolate dessert. Local wine only 2Euros a glass. Susana and Guy, the owners, were our servers and chefs, and paid ridiculous amounts of attention to us. We left stunned. If you want a beautiful experience eating local food in Provence, having the opportunity to feel the warmth of the local folks and cuisine, you simply must dine here.
7. Au Moulin Gourmand
4 based on 340 reviews
Reviewed By Guenter H - Neu-Ulm, Germany
An enjoyable dinner
We have been there because of an tip from France Naturelle. My wife had filet steak, medium to well done, me lamp. We have been both more than happy and the Means Rose was the perfect addition.
8. Le Dix'vin
4 based on 334 reviews
Welcome to Le Dix'Vin, Chief cooking fresh product exclusively, high Colors in the plate Respect of the product for saving the best taste Fresh menu 32€
Reviewed By PrinceConsort - New York City, New York
Excellent Restaurant, A Really Nice Spot for Lunch
We stopped for lunch at Le Dix'Vin on our way from the Marseilles airport to Lourmarin. For the first lunch of a trip to the Luberon, this was perfect. We ate on the terrace, which offered a great view of the surrounding countryside. The restaurant offered a well priced menu with a couple of interesting choices. We tried pretty much everything, and it was all excellent. The dinner menu appeared to be pretty much the same as the lunch menu, and we would have happily gone back for dinner...but we didn't manage to do that because there are so many other great restaurants in the area. The restaurant was not at all crowded on a Friday, and the service was very friendly and efficient. All in all, a great introduction to the Luberon.Thanks for your review about our restaurant, we are please to learn that you had spend à good moment See you next Time GreetingsCeline et Laurent
9. Le Quille glacier
4 based on 89 reviews
Reviewed By Carol-Ann94 - Cucuron, France
Bon petit glacier
Originaire de la Roque d'Anthéron, et y ayant encore mes proches, j'ai déjà plusieurs fois eu l'opportunité d'aller déguster une coupe glacée sur le cours Foch (en famille, entre amis et en couple). La liste des coupes est affreusement longue, il faut s'y préparer ! Mais au moins ne manque-t-on pas de choix. Les crêpes aussi sont présentes en quantité...pas avant 20h cependant (dommage !). Le personnel est dans l'ensemble charmant, les coupes glacées réussies, et les prix relativement abordables pour le service. Evidemment, compte tenu de l'affluence connue par les glaciers du coin en haute saison, et en particulier au moment du festival de piano en ce qui concerne la Roque, je recommande à ceux qui le peuvent de tenter l'expérience hors-saison. Vous profiterez ainsi d'un moment de dégustation plus calme.
10. Les Aromates
4 based on 346 reviews
Petit restaurant sympathique aux couleurs blanc et rouge. Le midi un service avec set de table rouge, un menu à l’ardoise à 18 euros avec un choix minimum de 4 entrées, 4 plats et 4 desserts. Le soir, dimanche et jour férié, un menu à 26 euros, service en
Reviewed By Sioseeker - Sydney Australia
French experience on the terrace.
Lovely location adjacent to the village centre.with a very welcoming terrace. They are almost always full so come early or make a reservation (in French) if you would like a terrace location.Fixed price menu had four or five options for each course and they were all interesting. 23E for three courses with cheese.We selected a Chablis but it was a little acidic and we observed that fellow diners had opted for the house carafe. This would probably have been a better and less expensive choice.Food was good and well presented but we would have liked more seasoning. The bream was beautifully filleted and cooked to perfection - but where was the sauce? My partner's entrecote was also devoid of any sauce. It was requested medium rare but was almost well done. Overall a enjoyable experience. Unfortunately none of the staff understood any English at all. Our high school French wasn't nearly good enough. So be prepared to practice.your French. By comparison the nearby Au Moulin Gourmand had excellent English speaking waitresses who carefully explained every element on the menu.