It’s an oasis of serenity in the heart of Provence. The Auberge la Fenière lies at the foot of a forest-covered hillside, just beyond the charming village of Lourmarin. It’s a hotel and restaurant that have been welcoming guests for decades, with beautiful old buildings made of golden stone. Next to them is a broad, inviting lawn bordered by olive and cherry trees and a large herb garden. You can feel yourself relax the moment you walk in.
The main attraction of the auberge is undoubtedly its restaurant, the proud holder of a Michelin star since 1995. It draws food lovers from all over the world for its refined and creative cuisine. And, remarkably, there’s not a speck of gluten to be found anywhere, even in its many homemade breads.
Why no gluten? Let’s find out—it’s a fascinating story.
Read all about it in France Today!
Fabulous article Keith and so inspiring and incredible that they have thrived as a gluten free restaurant. being so close to Lourmarin I have eaten in the bistro several times, you have made me want to return and try the main restaurant, thanks for sharing this!
Fenière is so good! If you have lunch or dinner there, consider having a drink first under one of the canopies on the big lawn–it’s a very pleasant way to begin.