Simply perfect: nice place, good fish cooked with a lot of ingredients combined with mastery, friendly people, correct price!
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We ate outside in the shade of the beautiful trees that line the canal in this part of town. The waiter was very busy but did a great job attending to all the tables. The menu was a blackboard that was brought alongside the table....More
My wife and I had a fantastic dinner at L'ubu. The owner was very friendly and helpful. The menu is very small, only a couple of dishes to choose from for entree, main course and dessert but the food was superb. The restaurant seems to...More
Poor food and poor service not sure sure what else to say. The person who runs the restaurant seems grumpy and rude which would have been fine had the food been actually good but it wasn't - so overall, terrible experience.
Went with a friend last summer. Smallish space with funky art and a really modern, fusion menu. I had marinated crispy pork on a bed of black rice. I'd go again.
After visiting the Cascades du Sautadet in the afternoon, we drove back to Avignon to stay the night. We looked through the recommendations and settled on L'Ubu for the vegetarian/Vegan options that people mentioned. We parked at the JEAN JAURÈS and walked though the old...More
It looks sketchy on the way from the pedestrian core of Avignon, but it's not, it's just Very old and not at all touristed up. They have an long interior and cafe seating outside along a little river. The waiter / owner was the whole,...More
Spent an hour finding this as was recommended in one of our books. Set in the old Silk Dyers' quarter, quaint with a small waterway running aside the restaurant. Small with an equally small menu, reason being they take the best things available, cook them...More
I rely on other trip advisor reviewers to find me interesting places and they came up with a winner. Lovely setting off the main drag and very good prices for Avignon, but a small menu. For me this meant one main course only, fish with...More