Aix-en-Provence - Food guide restaurant
Naruto restaurant serves many sushis, tempuras and yakitoris, prepared with care by our Japanese chef.
You will also find okonomiyaki, donburi and ramen, and many original home-made desserts.
- Car park
- Animaux Acceptés
Information provided by OT Aix en Provence
19 Rue De la Verrerie
- 04 42 21 49 07
Where to stay
Hôtel Le Pigonnet
This elegant former Provençal bastide combines 18th century refinement with a contemporary style to provide guests with a relaxing experience in an environment of luxury and serenity. In a refined style, the 45 rooms and suites provide 5-star service. Each room has its own style, and…
Le Malherbe - N° 4010
The flat is a 4-minute walk away from La Rotonde and Cour Mirabeau with its café terraces and restaurants. The accommodation has a separate, fully equipped kitchen (dishwasher, oven, microwave, fridge-freezer, electric coffee machine, kettle and toaster). The flat also includes a large living…
The beautiful residence which combines style and comfort has a privilege location in the heart of the city. Pierre & Vacances City is situated nearby the great fountain "la Rotonde" and the famous Cours Mirabeau. At your disposal : laundrette, indoor car park on charge. Bar and restaurant close by.
Le Vieux Moulin
Endroit très calme et plein de charme, situé au bord de la rivière face aux vignobles de Château Simone (AOC Palette). La Maison est un ancien moulin à eau qui a été construit sous François 1er en 1510. Au fil des siècles le moulin a été modernisé et la bâtisse a été agrandie…
Hôtel Le Concorde
Le Concorde is located in the centre of Aix-en-Provence, the city of art and hundred fountains. Close to the “Cours Mirabeau”, the Granet Museum, The Theatre of the “Jeu de Paume” and Congress Center... It makes the 3* Le Concorde hotel one's of the best located hotels in the city. The…
Hôtel de France
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Things to do
Jeu de Paume theater
Aix-en-Provence city theatre Italian-style theatre with 493 seats. Work on the Théâtre d'Aix-en-Provence began in 1756 and it opened in 1787 on the site of a “Royal” Court (apparently Louis XIV played the ball-and-court game “paume” here). The Town Hall took it over in 1829 and…
Aquae Maltae - Brasserie de Provence
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Bastide du Jas de Bouffan
The Bastide is closed for refurbishment. For lovers of Cezanne in France and around the world, as well as for the residents of Aix and Provence, the Jas de Bouffan estate, never before opened to the general public, is a fascinating attraction, a place which retains an aura of mystique despite…
Musée du Vieil Aix - Hôtel Estienne de Saint-Jean
The museum was founded by Marie d'Estienne de Saint-Jean. The collections created thanks to her numerous donations retrace the history and traditions of Aix-en-Provence. The collections, made up of furniture, earthenware, traditional figurines, objects from craft guilds and puppets from the…
The Musée Granet, Aix-en-Provence Town Hall's cultural institution, provides over 4000m2 exploring artistic design from Antiquity, 16th-19th century French (Le Nain brothers, Ingres, Granet), Flemish (Rembrandt, Rubens) and Italian painting (the Flémalle master) to masterpieces from modern and…
After learning his trade as a chef with Frantz Riederer, Georges Weibel opened his first cake shop in 1954. Thanks to his recipes and high-quality products, he enjoyed great success in the town for many years. His son, Nicolas, took over from him in 1988 after being promoted to master…
The place of albertas
In the 18th century the Albertas were one of the city's leading families. In 1724, Henri Rainaud d'Albertas instructed Laurent Vallon to design the frontage and entrance of his private mansion. To create an open outlook, between 1735 and 1741 he bought the houses opposite and had them…
Where to eat
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