Innovative gourmet cuisine made from seasonal produce: Duck foie gras cured in salt; Honey marmalade with Muscat de Beaumes de Venise; Jerusalem artichoke soup with whipped cream, fricassée of Provençal petit gris snails with parsley coulis; Caramelised pineapple and black olive confit kebab; Wide selection of wines from adjoining cellar.
In the space of just a few months, this wine-grower’s house has become one of the Vaucluse region’s key gastronomic venues serving sophisticated, colourful and innovative cuisine. You’ll love the wine list with its numerous Côtes du Rhône wines and the wine cellar with no fewer than 400 different types of wine.
In short, two very good reasons to stop off at Côteaux et Fourchettes.
Contemporary décor, comfortable surroundings and beautiful terrace where you can relax under the pine trees in fine weather.
Recognized by fellow professionals: the restaurant has been awarded 2 Toques by the Gault Millau guidebook and a Michelin Bib Gourmand.
Closed Sunday evening, Monday evening and all day Thursday. Thursday closure between 14th July to 15th August only.
Adress / Contact
3340 route de Carpentras Croisement de la courançonne