Where to eat at a restaurant with the children in L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue and its surroundings?

Here are some good restaurants, our current selection, where you can gladly go with children during the All Saints' Day vacation in L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue and its surroundings.

A little kids-friendly tip, let's also say parents friendly, to calmly enjoy a gourmet moment with the family. Let's lighten our mental load, follow the guide, we tested for you!
*list not exhaustive. Other restaurants are just as welcoming, friendly, and particularly kind to families.

Addresses for a homemade lunch on a low budget — Take away or settle in.

Crok' Isle

The most gourmet snack where chef Philippe has the pleasure of concocting his “home” recipes. He is very happy to heat baby pots, the microwave is only for that, he says! His specialty: Pan Bagnat. The chef and his cuisine cannot leave you indifferent. Please note, if the seats are taken on the tables available, you are a few steps away from the public garden and the Bras de Sorgue.

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L'Instant Appy

Nice café & shop whose hidden terrace is among their first treasures. A small corner where you feel good and where the little wolves frolic safely. The girls serve at all hours, as long as there are small delicacies in the stalls: sweet or savory.

The family addresses par excellence

The Peasant Table

Here, we are used to serving young and old. We are in the countryside, welcomed at the entrance by a few goats, where we eat tasty dishes: delicious Provençal recipes and a gourmet menu for children. Great for family meals.

Petrarch and Laure

The perfect address to take a moment to discover or rediscover the village of Fontaine-de-Vaucluse. On All Saints' Day, we pay less for parking and nature regains its rights, go for it! At the restaurant, they thought of everything, including the changing table, to facilitate welcoming families. Here you can enjoy good Provençal recipes such as cod aïoli or trout meunière. For the curious little ones, there is a big paddle wheel on the pretty terrace.

Pizzette

Like in a shed, the tables are set in a nice warm setting in the tourist district of L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue. We are close to everything, however, we can sit at the back of the restaurant or upstairs with our toddlers to unwind from the busy street. We simply eat there and everyone on site is very kind.

The pier

Perhaps the most fun of all, for the simple fact that it is in the heart of the Nestor le Castor playground in Fontaine-de-Vaucluse. The pretty park takes advantage of the natural space, on the banks of the Sorgue and the restaurant offers great classics that children will love: pancakes, waffles, burgers... All from fresh produce. Admission to the park is free for adults, we love it! During the holidays, they pack up for Halloween: decorating and distributing candies.

The High School Café

The address of the premises, located on the Sorgue side, along one of the least visited branches of the river in the city of L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue. Generous cuisine, no frills. We come here for lunch only and taste the chef's special recipes, especially on Friday and Saturday*: sauerkraut, paella, tajine, mussels fries... (* Every other Saturday).

Large tables for an elaborate lunch or dinner

Agasstache

Chez Agasstache is located in the heart of a charming square in the city of L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, where children love to tricycle while parents enjoy finishing their meals. Here, what cuisine! It's refined and delicious, always beautifully presented. We eat local, products carefully selected by the owners. As an aperitif, the little ones sip homemade drinks. We forget sodas! The interior space is not very big, reservations are advised.

Le Carré d'Herbes

An address for fine gourmets, we appreciate the flea market decor of the place. The passion fruit cheesecake is to die for, we understand that this is the little darling on the menu. The dishes are inventive and tasty. We particularly appreciate the attention of the owner who leaves sheets and pencils available for the youngest among us.

Article written by Charline
Published on 26/09/2022

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