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
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.
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
Southern French cuisine is all about freshness and colours. Cotignac has some fine restaurants that serve typical Provençale fare but also something for everyone. Continue reading Cotignac and Local Cuisine – Restaurants