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Understanding the Cafe Menu - Cafe de la Poste

Pauline Kenny and Kevin Widrow

Cafe de la Poste, Goult (Luberon)

This page lists all the items from the menu of Cafe de la Poste in Goult, a village in the Vaucluse department of the Provence region (in the Luberon), near the larger town of Apt. Cafe de la Poste is on the main street of the village, across from Place de la Liberation (the large square in front of the church, where you can park).

Cafe de la Poste

Cafe de la Poste, Goult, Provence

Notes

  • There are two menus: Tarifs des Consommations and a larger Tarif menu with only a few items.
  • To read the menu yourself, click on the photo to see a larger, more readable image.
  • The menu shows one price for each item: there is no extra charge for sitting at a table.
  • You will see "boc" on the menu. This is a special type and size of glass.
  • On this menu, you will see a "baby" version of a drink. This means a smaller than usual size of the drink. A very small size, 1 cl, is called Foetus (smaller than the Baby size). Yes, this is true - it is on this menu!

Tarif des Consommations (Price List)

Click to see larger version

  • Pastis - (2.00)
  • Aperitifs socs/Kir - (3.00)
  • Campari/Americano/Porto - (3.00)

SIROPS (Syrups)

Flavored syrups are popular in France.

  • Sirop a feau - (2.00)
  • Sirop a feau (boc) - (1.50)
  • Diabolo - (2.00)
  • Diabolo (boc) - (1.50)
  • Lait froid - (2.00)

VINS rouge/rose/blanc

  • Vin de pays (boc) ou balon - (1.50)
  • Vin Superieur (Alsace) boc ou balon - (2.00)

BIERES PRESSION (Draft Beer)

  • Demi-pression - (2.00)
  • Demi-picon bieres - (4.00)
  • Boc - (1.50)
  • Formidable - (4.00)

BOISSONS CHAUDES (Hot Drinks)

  • Cafe - (1.20)
  • Deca/Noisette/Allince - (1.50)
  • Grand creme - (2.50)
  • Moyen creme - (2.00)
  • Grand chocolat - (2.50)
  • Moyen chocolat - (2.00)
  • Capuccino - (3.00)
  • The nature/lait/citron - (2.50)
  • Infusion/Lait chaud - (2.50)
  • Grog - (4.00)

BOUTEILLES ou BOITES (Bottles or Boxes)

  • Soda, jus de fruits/coca/ - (2.50)
  • Bieres sans alcool - (2.50)
  • Kronenbourg - (2.50)
  • Pelfort brune/1664 - (3.00)
  • Heineken - (3.00)

FRUITS PRESSES

  • Citron/Orange - (3.00)

WHISKY (Tequilla/Vodka/Gin)

  • Foetus (1cl) - (2.00)
  • Baby (2cl) - (3.00)
  • Whisky (4cl) - (5.00)
  • Baby coca/orange - (3.50)
  • Baby + bouteille (5.00)

ALCOOL & LIQUERES

  • Rhum/Calvados - (4.00)
  • Marc ordinaire/Cognac - (4.00)
  • Alcools superieurs - (4.50)
  • Champagne (coupe) - (5.00)
  • Champagne (covpelte) - (3.50)
  • Petit dejueuner - (6.00)
  • Croissant - (1.20)
  • Champagne (bouteille) - (35.00)

Syndicat General De L'Industrie Hoteliere TARIF

Des Boissons et Denrees Les Plus Couramment Servies

Prices are shown for at the bar and outside (prix Terrasse) - they are the same in this cafe.

  • La Tasse de Cafe Noir - (1.20)
  • Un Demi de Biere a la pression - (2.00)
  • Un Flacon de Biere (Bock) - (1.50)
  • Un Jus de Fruit (1/4 Bouteille ou Boite) - (2.50)
  • Un Soda (1/4 Bouteille ou Boite) - (2.50)
  • Une Eau Minerale Plate ou Gazeuse (1/4 Bouteille ou Boite) - (2.50)
  • Un Aperitif Anise - (2.00)
  • Un Plat du Jour - (11.00)
  • Un Sandwich - (3.00)

Cafe de la Poste

Cafe de la Poste, Goult, Provence

Resources

Slow Travel Photos: Photos of cafes in Provence

Slow Travel France - Language Lessons - Cafe Talk: Vocabulary for ordering in cafes.


Kevin Widrow and his wife Elizabeth run the B&B Mas Perreal in the Luberon, near the village of St. Saturnin les Apt. www.masperreal.com

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