Six of us ate here in June 2015 and had a lovely Provençal meal with some reasonably good wines. Located just off Popes Palace Plaza, it's an easy walk from an downtown hotel.
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Ate at Etienne for lunch. We chose it for the Michelin rating. The reviews below don't do the place justice. The food was very good including the Foie Gras, veal, fish dish, dessert. What we had was what I would expect form a one star...More
All around unmemorable and disappointing. Let's start with the Sommelier as others have had the same experience (see hib2008 & martinidoc in the last few weeks). We were so brazen to bring (with phoned in approval) a fine bottle of California Rhone and offered a...More
Given the restaurant's Michelin star rating we expected exceptional food and service. The food was good, not great. The service was spotty at best. I was very disappointed that this was my dining companion's first experience at a Michelin rated restaurant, as I know from...More
Everyone we spoke to recommended this restaurant. It's in an attractive building in the heart of old Avignon. The restaurant was not busy at 8pm on a Tuesday. We had the menu of Spring vegetables (not vegetarian). At €75 it is good value for a...More
This restaurant came highly recommended. There were some lovely dishes but only one stand out from a degustation and the delivery far too theatrical for us. We just couldn't relax. I think there are better choices in Avignon. Try Hotel d'Europe. Sensational food and ambience.
We were a party of 4 for lunch. All of us had the Lunch menu (35Euros). The food was without fault and the service was on point. Almost too on point! I did, however, get the feeling that the staff was very very cautious about...More
How can you not give this restaurant five stars? The location is prime, the food incredible and for the Bridge Menu (a shorter tasting menu available at lunch) it's all priced very reasonable for a restaurant with a Michelin Star. My husband and I had...More
Great Provençale atmosphere, in a classy and sophisticated environment, with a view on the Palace of the Popes courtyard. While she was still polite with me, the person welcoming me was still pretty condescending. The rest of the staff was polite but cold, the Sommelier...More