The restaurant is situated at the Cours de Taulignan at which you will find several restaurants.
The exterior is not so much different from other restaurants.
The interior is original and creates a nice and pleasant atmosphere.
On first sight, you will see the wooden panels; this may give the impression of a chalet.
After this first impression, you will see that the furniture and decorations match.
The service is friendly and the staff looks after you. They will provide you with useful information about the dishes and wins.
The dishes may have their inspiration from the French and African cuisine.
And the food is prepared really well.
Address: 43, Cours Taulignan Vaison la Romaine
Directions: The restaurant is situated in the centre of Vaison la Romaine, near the town hall.
Phone: 0033 - 4 90 65 58 08Related to:
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You may not expect a restaurant of such quality in a small town like Vaison la Romaine.
The exterior is not much different from the other restaurants either.
However, once inside, the staff is doing everything to offer you a pleasant experience.
We enjoyed our dinner in February, therefore, it was rather quiet. But I can imagine that during summer, a reservation is necessary.
During summer, you probably will be able the sound of the river as the restaurant is situated besides it.
The menu offers a nice variety of dishes and the food is of high quality; every dish is an experience on its own.
Favorite Dish: It is hard to choose one favorite dish, but I really liked the plate with all the different desserts on it.
Address: Place Théodore Aubanel 84110 Vaison-La-Romaine
Directions: Near the Roman bridge and at the end of the main shopping street.
Phone: 033 - 4 90 36 28 04
Website: http://www.le-bateleur.comRelated to:
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How distressing to visit the Vaison-la-Romaine restaurant page and NOT find what was probably the best dining experience of our 10 days in France. Considering how many fantastic meals we enjoyed in those 10 days, "the best" is high praise. Le Bateleur is referred to as "contemporary Provencal cusine." I don't know what that means except that it's really really good.
Then again, Le Bateleur may be better kept as a secret; if you don't know about it, you won't be disappointed not eating there. First, it's hard to find because the sign is overgrown with vines. Second, it's a multi-star Michelin restaurant so it's is somewhat expensive. Third, it's darn hard to get into. We were there well off-season and arrived at the front door way too early for the French to be dining. When we saw the menu and the Michelin plaque, we figured it was worth a long shot request to be seated. The gods must have been smiling because they were willing and able to seat us. As it turned out, that was the only table not reserved for the evening.
If you get the chance and have the foresight to make reservations, this is well worth a stop.
Favorite Dish: Sorry but this isn't easy to answer; our meal there was a year ago and I only remember that we had a 4 or 5 course tasting meal. I remember only that each dish was a very pleasant surprise.
Address: 1, Place Théodore Aubanel
Directions: The high village of Vaison-la-Romain is separated from the "modern" village by a short Roman bridge. You'll find Le Bateleur from the high village by crossing over to the "modern" side and following the road to the left. It's a few doors down on the left.
Phone: 04 90 36 28 04Related to:
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They say "Le Sporting" is a very common name for a French restaurant.
The food was okay and the atmosphere was very very relaxed, with waiters and guests ready to comment on almost anything that happened as we sat there.
According to Pigletsmom they serve the best coffee in France ... but you'll have to take her word for it, since I cannot even remember whether we had some or not.
A bar with an outdoor cafe for drinks and coffee. They also serve light desserts and sandwiches.The staff was extremely friendly.
Favorite Dish: They serve the smoothest most wonderful coffee I've ever had. Order the cafe late. It's so creamy and delicious. it does not really tast like coffee. It has no bitter taste at all. I do not drink coffee in the States, but I would if the coffee tasted like this. Jus incredible. All my friends aggreed it was the best coffee they had ever had. Staff was always friendly and jovial.
Address: In the lower portion of town on your left
Directions: You can't miss the red awnings.
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Le restaurant La Taverne Alsacienne, situé au pied du Pont Romain, vous accueille dans une magnifique salle voûtée à caractère historique, pour vous faire découvrir ses nombreuses spécialités.
Ouvert à l'année. Plats à emporter sur commande.
1, Grand Rue - 84110 Vaison la Romaine
Tél. : 04 90 36 31 05 - Fax : 04 90 36 39 19
Address: 1, Grand Rue - 84110 Vaison la Romaine
Directions: situé au pied du Pont Romain
Phone: Tél. : 04 90 36 31 05 - Fax : 04Related to:
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Quiet and secluded spot, with a marvelous view of the river Ouveze and the Roman bridge. We were the only visitors (early Sunday morning) and had some coffee there.
Côtes du Rhône
Le Tour des granges
Favorite Dish: rosé wine
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