Found this after checking trip advisor and not disappointed. The simple things done well and great to be able to buy good wine by the glass and small bottles. Relaxed atmosphere with good food and good wine.
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Travelling with friends, we spotted this wine bar/restaurant with Provencale Cuisine on our arrival in Avignon, while parking our car opposite to check into our apartment situated on the pedestrian street Rue Vielle Poste. We made a note to visit one night, if for no...More
A delightful find just around the corner from the Place du Palais des Papes. Exceptional cuisine and service, friendly and obliging. Useful suggestions for vegetarians. Excellent value for money.
Followed the lone planet guide and cam DuPont this place. you would not see the sign Brunel anywhere except on your bill! So don't be looking for it, it's Le46 is what you on the sign. We had a starter, Grilled prawns, pasta of the...More
We had lunch and dinner at this wonderful little restaurant on sparate days two weeks ago. Lunch was enormous salds, full of flavor and originality in the presentation; dinner was two different types of fish - both incredibly fresh, and a real treat. Eevrytome ont...More
This place is a true gem...the locals enjoy it - that should tell you something! The owner/maitre'd (Nicolas) is 'hands on' and very engaging. The menu is in french, but Nicolas speaks perfect english and loves to describe the dishes. His descriptions are spot on!...More
I think it was Trip Advisor reviewers who sent me hunting for this restaurant as a lunch-time venue. It lived up to the excellent recommendations. The Risotto St Jacques was a perfect dish for a cold day in Avignon. I was a little surprised by...More
With tripadvisor I found that restaurant right around the corner of my hotel. I was the only guest at 9:30 pm and what amazed me was that the waitress did not speak English. It was great as I finally felt as being in France :-)...More
I stumbled upon this restaurant, now called restaurant 46, on my walk back to Place L'Horloge from the Pont D'Avignon. It looked very clean, recently renovated and inviting so I stopped for lunch. I had a vegetable salad with excellent ham and was not disappointed....More
Now run as Restaurant 46. We ate lunch there yesterday and had a very pleasant meal. Small menu, expertly prepared and well presented. My wife, daughter and I spent a nice time at table, never felt rushed, never felt the tourist push. We will be...More