Really nice and friendly Great food Great place to eat when you are in Orange Good menu with lots of choice
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We were persuaded in by another reviewer who mentioned the local beer. It was full of locals at lunchtime eating the plat du jour but we just wanted a bruschetta and a beer. The bruschetta provencale was huge (10 euros) and the Cagoule beer was...More
Don't be afraid. Anything that you order will be great. Tiny cafe on Rue Victor Hugo. We stopped for a little lunch, and were pleasantly surprised by the great taste!!
This little place appeared at the perfect time, after we were hungry and thirsty after covering the main sites of Orange. We needed a pick-me-up and we got it here. Great little place with character a solid menu. We will return when next in Orange.
We selected this place because of Trip Advisor reviews commenting that La Dinette serves some more unusual dishes - we were not disappointed. Had a Provençal dish called Paupiette de Veau which was a sort of wrapped veal meat loaf, served with potatoes and ratatouille,...More
During our day trip to Orange we were looking for somewhere that offered vegan food and were glad to have found La Dinette, a pretty restaurant in a quiet street. We were able to sit outside and enjoy local beer suggested by the very kind...More
Such a cute spot. Close to the theatre but away from the crowded central restaurants on an opera night. Menu concise with daily specials. Provençal cuisine at it's freshest. Family run and frequented by locals more than tourists. Busy outside terrace. Service was friendly and...More
Found this gem of a restaurant in the centre of Orange. Lovely restaurant very very friendly staff and great food! It was very difficult for us to find a restaurant that would serve food after 15 hours and on top of that one of the...More
We came across this little restaurant and were delighted by the experience. Typically French, it was quaint, calm, nicely decorated and everyone was enjoying themselves. The menu is short and sweet, making choices easy. But that was irrelevant because after seeing another French couple (notably...More
Hidden away in a back street (Rue Victor Hugo) in Orange, we managed to take the very last table in the tiny bistro which was full of French diners; we were the only foreigners in there! It was a good lunch menu, the food was...More