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Lourmarin: La Louche a Beurre

Avenue Phillipe-de-Gerard , Phone: 04 90 68 00 33

Closing day: Mondays

Reviewed by: teaberry from USA, review #1896

When: 2006

A very lively and popular creperie/grill

Located just a few doors away from the popular restaurant L'Oustalet, this is an unpretentious restaurant that gets a large and loyal following. We noticed several tables where the servers recognized and kissed the patrons.

The food was simple and delicious - We each had a salad, I had the grilled faux fillet and my husband had fish; we both had frites. We both followed with crepes, prepared in the dining area, with an assortment of accompaniments. There were 6 women at the table next to us, and they ordered an assortment of community dishes, including a grill that came to the table where they prepared their own pieces of meat tableside - it was a novel idea, and made for a nice family touch at their table. They also had sides of gratin and frites.

We loved this place - it just exuded good vibes to us. The service was warm and friendly, and our meal was 19 euros each. It is located across the street from a soccer field. Our server translated for us the meaning of La Louche a Beurre - a soup ladle!

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