Absolutely delightful..eat outside in the garden..epicurian delight! Superbe cuisine! If you are in Provence, make it a destination....worth it..make a reservation. A bit expensive, but worth every penny!
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We searched Puyloubier for somewhere to eat and discovered this jewel hidden away up an alley. The environment was beautifully presented with an eye for all the details. The food was both delicious and presented in top style. The service was incomparable with the host...More
The location of Les Sarments (The Branches) is utterly charming and we had a great dinner. Waiter was excellent and the restaurant owner was also on hand and very welcoming. I telephoned in advance to make a reservation (my French is pretty limited but I...More
very long service , waiter not helpful , not to the previous standard but the food was very good . the menu is clearly display so you know what you are paying , opening times not always evident .which is unfortunate , as you cant...More
The food and atmosphere was remarkable in every possible way. The combination of flavours in every course made this one of the best meals I've ever had.
We went to this small town and discovered Les Sarments. It has a beautiful setting outdoors. We felt relaxed and very pleased. The food ranged from terrific to just okay. But the ambiance, earnestness and friendliness more than made up for the food not being...More
A small but excellent restaurant , serving a set menu lunch time and evening. Prices are clearly displayed , take 2 courses , 3 or even 4 (two choices for each course ) add drinks and you know exactly what the addition will be ....More
I had lunch in this restaurant on 8th September 2016. The food was a piece of chicken with some potato which was microwaved and tasted like a cardboard. There was no fresh vegetable, ratatouille or salade accompanied. Being in Provence, this was a shock. The...More
Finding this quaint little restaurant down a narrow lane quite by accident proved to be a gastronomic delight. It has a small, outside, vine and tree covered courtyard encased by a stone fence. There is only seating for about 25 -30 people but the ambience...More
Tucked away in a tucked away village at the foot of Mount Saint Victoire this restaurant offers traditional food in the pretty small garden. It was lovely to sit under the fig tree on a balmy July evening. A small set menu offers the best...More