Overseen by Jérome Faure, who won his first Michelin star at 30, the stellar restaurant at Domaine de Fontenille has become one of the Luberon's most prestigious places to eat. Expect high-class haute cuisine, with impeccably-presented dishes dressed with foams, reductions, edible flowers and textural surprises. Lunch is great value – €5 extra buys a glass of wine and coffee.
La Cuisine d'Amelie, the hotel's other restaurant, focuses on simple country flavours and is another lovely spot for lunch (dishes €13–18). It's open for lunch and dinner from Friday to Tuesday.