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Arles: Restaurant La Boheme

6 rue Balze , Phone: 04 90 18 58 92

Closing day: Sunday and Monday

Reviewed by: SL Jones from IL, review #2095

When: 2006

A quiet indoor restaurant, ideal for escaping heat or crowds in Arles.

Directions: Behind the Musee Artelan, on a quiet street. Between that museum and the Place du Forum.

Sometimes in a busy touristed place like Arles, you can get a dose of ”sensory overload.” We looked at the crowded street cafes, and decided that what we really wanted was a quiet little cave of a place. This is not a GREAT restaurant, but it was a welcome reprieve from the bustle of Arles, and it provided us with a very good meal, in a quiet attractive spot. After our meal there, we were ready to tackle the second half of our day.

The restaurant is located deep inside an ancient building on a narrow street directly behind the Musee Artelan. It is between that museum and the Place du Forum. It doesn’t have an outdoor terrace. We had a €15 vegetarian menu and a €19 menu. The salads were fresh and nicely dressed. My eggplant & tomato gratin was perfect. The desserts were exceptionally good examples of regional standards: chocolate fondant (warm and very moist rich chocolate cake) and nougat ice cream.

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