Favorite Restaurants



There are so many great restaurants and cafés in St-Rémy that I’ve written an article about them. Click to learn more

L’Aile ou la Cuisse

The beautiful dessert display will attract you. Equally good are the starters and main courses. Reasonably priced, and there is a large, comfortable terrace for outdoor dining. Click to learn more

À la Table de Nicolas

Excellent food from a master restauranteur. The chef’s daughter is gluten-intolerant so he really understands food intolerances and preferences (vegan, etc.) Click to learn more

Ô Caprices de Mathias

Located in the surrounding countryside, offers one of the best outdoor terraces with a view on the Alpilles. Excellent food with good value menus. Worth the effort to find it.

Le Marilyn

Delicious food made from seasonal, fresh ingredients. Reasonably price.

Bistrot Découverte

Charming bistro with outdoor dining. Tasty food from a changing list of seasonal selections, plus a good value 3-course menu.

Café de la Place

Nice spot for breakfast (coffee and tartine), reading the paper and people watching. Also serves lunch and dinner. Relatively small menu but high quality.

Les Terrasses de L’Image

A fine-dining spot. Fresh ingredients, well prepared. Portions are on the smaller side. Peaceful terrace.


St-Rémy is home to the best chocolate-maker in Provence. Definitely not to be missed! Click to learn more



Le Clos St. Roch

Delicious mediterranean cuisine, prepared and served with care. A delightful terrace for warm weather and a cozy room with a fireplace for cool days. Click to learn more


Traditional cuisine, delicious food, kind and helpful service.  Outside tables in the square and a cozy dining room.


Chez Paulette

A comfortable place on the main road with good food at reasonable prices. Plan to visit the town’s Friday morning market and stay for lunch–it’s a great way to start the day.

Sous les Micocouliers

Creative Provençal cuisine served in a tree-shaded terrace or a comfortable dining room that feels like someone’s home.


Les Baux: Benvengudo

This is a luxury hotel with a restaurant to match. The grounds are delightful, with little gardens here and there and rocky crags all around. Come for a meal or just a drink on the outdoor terrace. Click to learn more

Lourmarin: l’Auberge de Fenière (Micheline one star)

Just outside of Lourmarin is a small hotel with a great restaurant that just happens to be entirely gluten free, making it the best GF restaurant in the world. The food is delicious and the grounds are beautiful, a definite special-occasion place. There is also a casual bistro next door. Click to learn more

Ansouis: La Cloiserie (Michelin one star)

Fresh ingredients and creative preparation.  Definitely a splurge kind of place.

Arles:  L’Atelier de Jean-Luc Rabanel   (Michelin two star)

For a special event!  One “menu” with 7 dishes or 13. Each are small plates and are a work of art, not to mention healthy and delicious. Chef Jean-Luc Rabanel uses a lot of vegetables and brings out the essence of each ingredient. Each meal is a memorable experience. Click to learn more

Bistro A Côté

The sister restaurant to L’Atelier and located next door. Excellent food, a more traditional menu and more moderate price point.

Eyragues: Un Bouchon en Provence

Very good Provençal food. Good value lunch menu. Very friendly service.

Maillane: L’Oustalet Maianen

Traditional and well prepared dishes. Good value menu. Located in a small village near the home of Frederic Mistral.