We wanted go to here for nibbles and drinks but were told no we had to sit outside for that when it was quite cold. Not very welcoming so we left. The place was completely empty.
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Came in here for a cheeky midday glass of bubbles on a freezing winter's day and ended up staying for a delicious lunch. The front part of the restaurant is a covered terrace with extensive skylights. A perfect way to enjoy the beautiful Provencal blue skies on a cold day. Laid back and friendly service (a novelty in France), well-priced... More
I have never had a bad meal here! The food is great and the service friendly and efficient with a greta selection of local wines.
We stayed in Saint Remy and were disappointed because two of the restaurants we wanted to eat at because of Trip Advisor reviews were closed on this Sunday night, so we walked around town and decided to try this place. The service was fine and we liked the ambiance, but the food was just OK. I regretted not going back... More
Two weeks in France and this has been without doubt the most rewarding meal after a day of sightseeing and driving around. We chanced upon this restaurant and was attracted to the quaint and unique interior dimly lit in the evening sky. The black angus ribeye was cooked to a perfect medium rare, and lamb stew was the best I've... More
on the main street of St Remy, this small bistro has the Provence charm. Nice menu offering Provencial specialities. Get a table on the terrace.
Good champagne served with a beautiful home-made tapenade & crackers. I love this about St Remy, everywhere we dined an amuse-bouche was served with our aperitif.
Reasonable food here served on a pleasant terrace.Service was polite and efficient.Bathrooms very clean and well stocked.Nothing wow, yet no reason not to dine here either.Beef tartare was good.Sea bass was a tad underwhelming.Pommes frittes were tasty and perfectly fried.
We went here for lunch for 2 courses and 3 drinks which set me back the best part of 50 Euro The food was very good and the location is nice, on the ring road of the old part of town. It can take large groups pretty easily and they have set menu options but they don't include the creme... More
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