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French, European
Lunch, Dinner
Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service
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Reviewed 16 August 2020

You can't fault the service and our kind host looked after us superbly. A lot of tables outside the restaurant on the quiet road below the imposing Chateau. I was impressed that there were a number of 50l bottles of wine on offer including a...favorite of mine from Gigondas. An economical set menu with only two choices for each course. My friend enjoyed her food and so did I, though it was hard to see, as the lighting on the table was minimal. My fault, I should have asked for a second lantern. Certainly real value for money and a pleasant place to visit.More

Date of visit: August 2020
Reviewed 5 August 2020

Having eaten in the upmarket restaurant, Gajulea, which is run by the same team, we had an evening meal on the roadside terrace here. It was a good job we booked because all the tables were occupied. The staff were lively and very helpful and...the food was very good, traditional bistro food, with quite large portions. We enjoyed starters of pate and gratin de moules, both of which were very tasty. Our main courses of beef and guinea fowl were nicely cooked and offered with a choice of sauces. Wines were reasonably priced and we thoroughly enjoyed our meal.More

Date of visit: July 2020
Reviewed 7 August 2019 via mobile

We - my wife and me - here at least once a week and are never disappointed. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly, the service is good and personal and the food is basic and very delicious. When we have friends or family we take...them usually to this restaurant and they are all very happy with their visit to l’Entre-Potes, also vegetarians.More

Date of visit: August 2019
Reviewed 8 June 2019 via mobile

Great place to go and eat in a small restaurant in a small village. Tasty dishes, fresh glass of wine, great friends and prices are more than reasonable. Great place!

Date of visit: June 2019
Reviewed 25 October 2018 via mobile

Le Barroux has an enviable position surveying the Rhone valley from up high, however the limited space and minimal accommodation means there are not many reasons to be up here. Restaurants are very much limited to this one, it's neighbour Gajulea and The Geraniums hotel....We stayed on a night when the mistral was at its fiercest....and fought are way to the door of the restaurant. Inside was a cosy, convivial place that we instantly felt relaxed in. The waiter was very amiable and patient with our poor French. We had starters of moules gratin and duck tartare, followed by daube of beef. My only grumble with the beef is that I am used to some potato or veg and neither of these came with the main or were offered as sides. Dessert was a lovely tarte tatin and creme marron. All washed down with a very good Ventoux red. Total cost around 90 euros.More

Date of visit: October 2018
Reviewed 8 May 2018

I was cycling by this place last week and saw one of the employees outside. On a whim I stopped and made a reservation for 3 people for lunch the following week. It just looked interesting. As it turns out there are 2 restaurants side...by side both run by the same chef - this one is the informal Bistro - which is primarily a lunch destination I gather. Our lunch was great. Excellent, informal service with a little willing help from the wait staff to translate a few of the dishes from French to English. All three of us had the €25 fixed price menu which included a starter, main and dessert. One of our group is a vegetarian and there were some excellent options on the menu available for her to choose from. We also had a large bottle of sparkling water and a 50cl bottle of Rose. Total bill? €98 - an excellent price for the quality of the food provided. Highly recommended.More

Date of visit: May 2018
Reviewed 2 October 2017

This is a big claim, but I mean it. There are one or two really good and pricey restaurants in the area - there is one next door: Gajulea. They are owned by the same person. One offers high cuisine at a price, Entre-potes offers...well cooked simple food, often with a twist, and provides a much cheaper offer. It has a simple menu, two or three items per course, but each item is well thought out and beautifully delivered. I shuddered when I saw the chèvre salad, they can be so awful, but the chèvre was served in a filo pastry envelope - the combination was delicious. I was nervous at the prospect of tomato and mozzarella, it can be so insipid. It was served in a jar and was a real treat. The main courses were more conventional, but exquisite and cheap. In mid-week it can be deserted, but at weekend it really buzzes, the locals know what's good and it gets busy. The wine list is great, worth copying and visiting some of the vineyards. They know their local wines. The staff are great too. Somehow they don't look it, but they are sensitive and gentle, really helpful but not at all intrusive. This is not fine dining at a price, go next door for that, it is a very good local restaurant, and the locals love it!More

Date of visit: September 2017
Reviewed 12 May 2017

Visited on a stopover while driving further south. It was the only restaurant that was open in Le Barroux. The waiter was friendly, service was OK. Simple menu for lunchtime. We both had the salad with bacon and gessier (duck) for starters. For the main...course my wife had the duck with black olives and mashed potatoes and I had the ravioli. The duck was great, the ravioli was a little on the creamy side (lots of cream in the saus). Overal a nice place for a relaxed lunch.More

Date of visit: April 2017
Reviewed 7 January 2017

We had a wonderful winter lunch here in December. Simple but very good dishes - lentils and sausage, entrecôte with fries, vegetable velouté - with good regional wines. More of a 'rest stop' feel inside, but clean and the service is very friendly and you...cannot beat the value-for-money with the fixed lunch menu.More

Date of visit: December 2016
Reviewed 19 July 2016 via mobile

Cycled from Malaucene. Public toilets closed and no shops and no water. Had a cold beer and manager happily refilled water bottle with ice and water. His waitress had refused but it may have been a language misunderstanding. Didn't eat but looked popular with a...slightly mature clientele. Happy to find this place on a hot Sunday.More

Date of visit: July 2016
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  • Food: 4
  • Service: 4
  • Value: 4
  • Atmosphere: 4