L'Auberge de l'Aiguebrun

Closed mid-November to March 1st

"We dropped in (all 9 of us including two young children) at 8pm in the middle of a wedding reception. The host looked at our hungry faces and asked if we'd mind eating outside.  It was a bit chilly but by outside they meant a lovely glass room that may at one point have been used as a small greenhouse.  There were two small heaters. They quickly put together a few tables and brought out some chairs and it felt as if we were eating in a quaint glass garden cottage.  A TV set was in the corner.  Odd, I thought.  It soon made sense and made the evening fun and memorable.  It was the first night of the World Cup and France was playing.

Soon after our first sips of wonderful champagne, the host came in and using limited English and a few gestures asked if it was okay for him to sit in the room and check the game.  We were grateful they'd been so accomodating and said Oui! with our best French accents.  Soon, he was joined by about 25 people from the wedding reception including the groom! By the end of our dinner, one of the wedding guests had invited us to visit his family in Paris the next week! Lots of fun. For dinner we had the fish (small portion but wonderful) and the pork tenderloin (pronounced the best they'd ever had by four of our children).  Our youngest  child opted for the salmon appetizer as her main course and thought it was yummy. Another little one was in the mood for pasta so they made a chicken and pasta plate. The pate was terrific with the toast points perfectly done.  Dessert was okay.  Clearly, a very family-friendly place with what we thought was one of the two best meals we've had in the Luberon.

Edith Hill - 2010
L'Auberge de l'Aiguebrun
Domaine de la Tour
04 90 71 72 27
Closed mid-November to March 1st


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