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“Just Awful”
Review of L'oustau de l'Isle - CLOSED

L'oustau de l'Isle
Cuisines: French
Dining options: Reservations
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Dining options: Reservations
Reviewed 20 September 2012

The food tries too hard and misses the mark terribly. Although not expensive, you wil feel you have wasted a meal.

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1  Thank rwagner1125
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Reviewed 19 July 2012

Last june 2012 we went to L'oustau de l'Isle.
Before starting our holiday we bought the last edition of Guide du Routard Provence 2012 and Bonnes Petites Tables du Guide Michelin 2012. L'Oustau de l'Isle had a good reviuw in both ...... BUT ....... From the start I felt something was not correct. We waited for olmost one hour to receive apero and starter. I noticed the interior was not as mentionned in the Routard
I asked at the desk, and the lady from the house, whose man is chef cuisine, confirmed that they where the new owners since begin 2012!!!
We were disappointed, we even cancelled the dessert and coffee. We mentionned it to the lady of the house who wanted to offer us a coffee, we didn't accept.
Cuisine gastronomique: no way!! Chef Sylvain Bourlet was gone.
So don't follow the recent guide Michelin to this address !!!
Belgian Foodlovers

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1  Thank Ingrid E
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Reviewed 2 July 2012

We spent a month in France in several regions. our dinner at L'Oustau de L'Isle was was one the two best meals we had during the whole month. Extremely creative variations on standards; for example, the melon gazpacho with jambon rillettes was ambrosial. Everything was so good and the hostess, wife of the chef, could not have been nicer. When I asked for the recipe, the chef gave it to me. Warm, friendly atmosphere away from the noise of the center of L'Isle sur la Sorgue.

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Reviewed 25 July 2010

This is one of the recommended restaurants in this region, in gourmet style. But don't take the cheap main courses - our veal meat was greasy although initially recommended by the waiter. The entry however was very good, they have some innovative creations, and you may also be very satisfied. All courses are nicely presented. Possibly worth to ask for the owners as the waiters may be not extremely skilled. The place is nice, a bit away from the main street, in a lush garden. At noon time quite a bit cheaper than at evening.

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1  Thank Culturetraveller12
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Reviewed 9 October 2014
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1  Thank chris060675
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