New Restaurants in the Latest Michelin Guide

No less than 15 Michelin stars now shine in the Vaucluse, which makes it the most "starred" department in France (in relation to the number of inhabitants) and 5 new "Bib Gourmands" have been granted to establishments that offer their clientele tasty cuisine with excellent value for money.

First of all, the much-awaited is the The Hôtel d'Europe**** in Avignon and its chef Bruno D'Angelis, where three stars have just been awarded. They have rightfully regained a star which had been taken away in 2007.

Two new-comers are now gathering much attention, the Diapason, on the green outskirts of Avignon and the Gourmet de la Coquillade, in Gargas, in the Luberon, in the heart of a prestigious house.

The La Bastide de Capelongue in Bonnieux, still has 2 Stars; its Chef, Edouard Loubet, has been elected Best Chef of the Year 2011 by Gault & Millau.

And with just One Star:
  • Christian Etienne and La Mirande in Avignon
  • Le Saule Pleureur in Monteux
  • Les Bories & Spa in Gordes
  • Le Vivier at l’Isle sur la Sorgue
  • la Petite Maison de Cucuron
  • le Phébus in Joucas
  • l’Auberge La Fenière in Lourmarin
  • le Pré du Moulin at Sérignan du Comtat
  • le Moulin à Huile in Vaison la Romaine
  • le Grand Pré in Roaix
For all those who enjoy good food without spending a fortune, Bib Gourmand restaurants offer a complete menu for under €29 on weekdays and €33 on weekends.
The 5 new Bib Gourmand restaurants in the Vaucluse:
For more information on the newly awarded restaurants by the Michelin Guide click here.
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