Woody Allen could not have chosen a better setting for one of his Parisian films....
For a romantic evening, nothing could be more perfect. Imagine a very serious house, taken over by Jacques Sageau, an ideal place for trendy lovers or a group of friends on the lookout for a small corner of paradise in a “holiday spirit” to enjoy tasty dishes.
So just settle at one of the tables, with a spanking white tablecloth, on the pavement of the mythical pedestrian place and listen to the birds sing… It’s almost like being at the heart of a Lubéron village in Parisian mode!
We like: the classic menu with traditional dishes... with an extra touch! A wild egg mimosa (8€), superb tartare of Charolais beef (21€), a tasty blanquette (21€), calf’’s liver and delicious mashed potatoes (24€) or a sinful lemon tart (9€).
From Monday to Saturday, then 7 days a week from July. Lunch service 12pm - 2.15pm, the evening from 7pm to 10.15pm.