It is a beautiful little restaurant in an alley , make sure to go early at night,they dont serve late. The food was very good .we had both fish and meat and all our dishes was excellent .
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While we stayed in Ax-en-Provence for 4 nights, we went there twice since we just loved atmosphere of restaurant and area, and of course wine&food. The place of restaurant was a bit off from busy streets, so we didn't hear noise much, and enjoyed food,...More
We had planned to have dinner in another place, but ended up at Chez Feraud. Not a bad decision. The restaurant is small, and not one you find too easily, although it is only a few minutes walk away from the main tourist streets. We...More
We went to Chez Feraud on the recommendation of our B 'n B hosts. The food was, they said, like French home cooking. We walked past the restaurant during the day and went in to make a mid-week dinner booking for 7:30. "Come any time",...More
Food was quite good BUT pricing was terribel. 8 EUR for a bottle of water AND we ordered canneloni for our daugther (9 years), suddenly on the bill there was 23 EUR for her meal (a complete menue of 2 dishes althouh she only ordered...More
Turning the corner you this ivy covered building and a street hosed down for diners and you realise you have probably discovered a hidden gem. You are greeted by owners, mother and son, who are a delight. The food,french provincial, is excellent especially the Clementine...More
WhenI say not good I'm being charitable. Really a poor meal in just a wonderful environment. I had the canard terrine that was amateurish at best, and then the poulet that was way over flavored with herbs and citron. save ur money!!!
Beautiful venue from the outside with several stickers indicating 'Michelin' status on the front door, but overall we had an average dining experience here. The food was fine, as it should have been for this caliber of restaurant, but the service & ambience was nothing...More
This restaurant has a beautiful exterior and an elegant dining room. The food was excellent traditional French food; I had the pistou, my husband had the chèvre and aubergine in phyllo pastry then we both had the daube- so rich and tasty. The service was...More