Last weekend, on our way to Châteauneuf-du-Pape, we decided to make a pitstop in a small village called Bédarrides, located equal distance (12km) from Avignon, Carpentras and Orange. This circular shaped town can be discovered via this gorgeous old bridge, built in 1647, crossing the river Ouvèze.
On the banks of the Ouvèze, we were surprised by this enchanting paradise called La PresQu’île, lulled by the murmur of the river… A nice place to discover, especially on a sunny warm day when you can sit on the lovely terrace. Since it was lunchtime anyway, we decided to satisfy our appetites here 🙂
Menu or ‘à la carte’
Even though the Saturday lunch menu looked very ‘ok’, we decided to eat ‘à la carte’. Basically because in general a total menu is too much for us, especially for lunch. We prefer it for dinner.
Had we known in advance the portions at ‘La PresQu’île’ were this large, we would have opted for a main platter only ! 🙂
We found the dishes correct but not surprising. However, it is the excellent location and the friendly staff that makes it the right place to enjoy a good meal sitting by the river, enjoying the summer sounds of the cigales 🙂
Location and contact information
2bis, Petite Route de Sorgues
0033 (0)184.108.40.206.42 or 0033 (0)220.127.116.11.04
‘La PresQu’île’ is open every day except Monday evening and Tuesday evening !