Restaurants

Top Choice Gastronomy in Les Baux-de-Provence

L'Oustau de Baumanière

Twice Michelin-starred and luxurious with a capital L, this legendary hotel-restaurant is the most exclusive – and expensive – place to dine in this corner of Provence. Head chef Jean-André Charial revels in the ric…
French in St-Rémy-de-Provence

L'Aile ou la Cuisse

As Gallic as a tricolor Citröen 2CV, this long-established address is run by the Ricci family, also proprietors of Gus and Da Peppe. With its burnished wood, chandeliers and bustling waiters, it's every inch the old…
Bistro in St-Rémy-de-Provence

La Cuisine des Anges

You can't really go too far wrong at the Angels' Kitchen – at least if you're looking for solid, no-nonsense Provençal cooking just like grande-mère would have made. Tuck into dishes like slow-cooked lamb, bream fil…
Cafe in St-Rémy-de-Provence

Les Filles du Pâtissier

Particularly perfect on sultry summer nights, this upbeat, colourful cafe has vintage tables filling one corner of a delightful car-free square in the old town. Its daily-changing menu features market-driven salads …
Bistro in St-Rémy-de-Provence

Gus

This bright, breezy restaurant is a favourite for the chi-chi summer crowd, and with good reason: the food is classy and the ambience is buzzy, with overtones of a Parisian street cafe. It's particularly good on sea…
Bakery in St-Rémy-de-Provence

Maison Cambillau

Well-stuffed fougasse (Provençal flatbread) and baguettes with a variety of tasty fillings make this well-established boulangerie (bakery) the perfect spot to stock up on a picnic. Complete the takeaway feast with a…
Pastries in St-Rémy-de-Provence

Michel Marshall

St-Rémy's most refined patisserie is elegant for afternoon tea – accompanied by the most delicate of French fancies, bien sûr.
Italian in St-Rémy-de-Provence

Da Peppe

Excellent pizza and pasta with a Sicilian spin – but the wonderful rooftop terrace is the bit that seals the deal.
Cafe in St-Rémy-de-Provence

Café de la Place

St-Rémy's no-frills, casual hang-out for locals abuts the place de la République car park but is always packed, serving fresh local dishes, wine and coffee.