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La Table de Pol – wine bar and restaurant in Lorgues

Quality of ingredients, good service, and a relaxed atmosphere is what you can expect here at the wonderful La Table de Pol in Lorgues.  It’s a little escape, like something we’d find nearer to the coast here or on a beach.  Lots of stretching room, super comfy tables and chairs, benches with cushions for your aperitifs, and a cozy wine bar indoors for a more romantic feel; perfect for couples. Continue reading La Table de Pol – wine bar and restaurant in Lorgues

Fleur de Sel restaurant in Grimaud

Gastronomic cuisine with a casual atmosphere – some of the best restaurants here do not have Michelin stars. Fleur de Sel could easily be awarded one though – their food is certainly good enough. Grimaud on its own is a village worth a detour. It’s one of the prettiest old-walled-castle-villages in the Var.  Take a morning walk around in the nice weather then stop off here for a seriously satisfying French cuisine experience under a big olive tree on their terrace. You might get a little visit from their cat too, but he’s tame and sweet. Menus start at 36 euros but well worth it.

http://restaurant.michelin.fr/restaurant/france/83310-grimaud/fleur-de-sel/3uiw61kt

Pile Poêle restaurant in Carces

I really like this joint – it’s casual and it’s reasonably priced and the dishes are copious and satisfying. It’s not fine dining, mind you – more like home-style cooking but always tasty and comforting. You can bring your kids and even they’ll be treated very well (with a treat at the end!). Weekday lunch specials (a choice of main and dessert) are as low as 12 euros per person! Continue reading Pile Poêle restaurant in Carces