Beef, slowly cooked in Côtes du Rhône and fresh pasta; Duck confit, parsley sautéed potatoes; Avocado stuffed with crab and fish; Aioli in summer; Seasonal plate of Provençal vegetables with tapenade and Arlesienne omelette; Tarte tatin; Grand Marnier soufflé etc. Lou Mistra's wonderful home-made cuisine lies behind its reputation; the establishment stretches back over three generations and is well known amongst the residents of Avignon.
Welcome to the heart of the old town and the famous Place de l’horloge, an essential stop-over during your visit to Avignon and just a stone’s throw from the Palais des Papes. Take a seat on the Brasserie terrace and enjoy the view: the comings and goings of passers-by and the street entertainment on offer during the Avignon festival. This part of the square enjoys the natural shade provided by the well-preserved, majestic, old sycamore trees. Lou Mistrau is one of the city’s main brasseries and boasts the largest terrace. Admire the period wrought iron balcony which supports the nameplate. It really is worth a look! Free Wifi on terrace and inside. Open 7 days a week