The Michelin starred gourmet restaurant
Chef: Florent Pietravalle
In the Michelin starred restaurant, Florent Pietravalle is creating a 6 or 9 step tasting menu, exploring the strong savours of Provence’s bountiful food supply. The shorter the transport, the later the sun-drenched local fruit and vegetables can be picked, the fresher the fish...
La Salle à Manger
Relaxed, “à la carte” bistro, open 7 days a week
Chef Florent Pietravalle
Alternative to the gourmet restaurant, Florent’s light and relaxed “à la carte” lunch and dinner menu, served 7 days a week in the garden room or on the adjacent terrace next to the Popes Palace.
La Table Haute
In the convivial atmosphere of the former servants’ quarters and ancient kitchen
Downstairs, in the convivial atmosphere of the former servants’ quarters and ancient kitchen, a stunning farm-to-table meal is prepared on the wood burning kitchen range in front of up to 14 peoples seated around the large kitchen table.
Tavern style ambiance in the medieval remains including a former state room of the cardinals
With its latest addition, LE MIRAGE, La Mirande is exploring the trend of fooding. The name is a contraction of Mirande and garage, the later once a cardinal’s state room which was used to house carriages in the 19th and motorcars in the 20th century. Together with the adjacent vaulted stalls there is plenty of space for social distancing. And there is a stunning view of the period kitchen where the food is prepared. A permanent exhibition of paintings by american artist, Timothy Hennessy, contributes to the offbeat ambiance within the medieval walls.