Arles - Food guide restaurant
L'Épicerie du Cloître is a small multiple-function restaurant: it's open for aperitifs with friends, for lunch and dinner. The cuisine is simple, succulent, and dynamic. Tapas, local products, and regional wines: the menu wanders through the seasons. The seasonings travel from Provence to Japan. The menu is for sharing and conviviality. You can try from a selection of food jars and ingredients, either in-store or take-away.
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L'Epicerie du Cloître
22 rue Du Cloître
- 04 88 09 10 10
Where to stay
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