It is possible to eat after 21:30. People very nice! Excellent food and the best creme brûlé ever! To be tried!
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Loved our dinner at Lou Fanau. House rose, a very tasty ham pizza, lovey view and lovely service. The village is quiet at night and the terrasss is open to the square with a beautiful tree covered in white lights. Pretty romantic.
Basic dishes, delicious local cuisine Reasonable prices, three servings pay around 30 euros per person. Located in the center of the village. Pm Parking is free. Ask for an English menu.
we were a company of four, on a sunday. we ordered the most simple dishes on the menu - salads and boiled potatos with truffles. we waited for a very long 35 minutes to be sreved and the food was not much more than tasteless....More
I had a solo dinner in Fontaine de Vaucluse and I chose this restaurant because of the original menu, which provided meat as well as fish and typical products of Provence. I was impressed by the quality of the food and by the low price...More
Great pizza and trout. A very unpretentious place with memorable food. We went there for lunch and had such a good meal that we came back for dinner!!
We have been returning to this restaurant for the past 4 years and every time we have a great meal. We usually visit in July and October November and the food is equally as good in both seasons and We are normally a group of...More
small charming restaurant - delicious food and very reasonably priced. The fish was excellent and so was the entrecote. Desert was a little too sweet for my taste.
When you are mainly catering to tourists who are not expected to visit Fontaine de Vaucluse more than once, why bother to be friendly and forthcoming if something is not quite right? That seems to be the attitude of both staff and the owner couple...More
Our luncheon salads were enjoyable, as was the Ventoux rosé. Why, however, does one receive a warm reception and friendly service at some Vaucluse restaurants and the sang froid treatment that we got here? I don't understand why people in the tourisme/restauranteur business can't act...More