Where to have something to eat with the Maisons d’Arles:
The Chassagnette restaurant
Located at 12 minutes away from Arles, the Michelin-starred restaurant La Chassagnette ★ is a former sheepfold situated at the heart of the Camargue.
With its 2-hectare organic garden, the restaurant is a tribute to nature and cooking art.
The whole cooking is gluten-free and the bread is home-made since 2014.
The Chef, Armand Arnal, has the title of Maître Restaurateur and draws its inspiration from that unique environment. Peace and quiet can be found in the intimate welcome of the private lounges.
Open daily for lunch and on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and days before bank holidays for diner.
Route du Sambuc
Phone: +33(0)4 90 97 26 96
The Ouvre Boite restaurant
The Ouvre Boite is an open-air café located at the heart of the city centre, next to the Hôtel du Cloître, where you can savour original tapas, in the form of “bento”, to share on the terrace or at the counter!
There, you can also find a grocery shelf offering a selection of rare and gourmet products: vinegars, sauce, spices… together with artisanal canned products (fish from the Conserveira de Lisboa, Italian vegetables, etc.) to eat in or to bring home!
Open for lunch and dinner on weekends, and on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays for dinner.
22, rue du Cloître
Phone: +33 (0)4 88 09 10 10
The Réfectoire restaurant
In line with the Grande Halle of the Parc des Ateliers site, the Réfectoire restaurant is a convivial canteen offering a generous traditional cooking, prepared with fresh seasonal products, to savour on large tables, inside or outside.
A restaurant at the heart of the LUMA Foundation where you also can have a little snack and a drink between visiting expositions.
Open from Wednesday to Sunday, from 11am to 6pm.
Lunch served from noon to 3pm.
Sweet Snacks: on Wednesday and Saturday, from 4pm to 5pm.
Grande Halle, Parc Des Ateliers
Chemin des Minimes
Phone: +33 (0)4 90 47 11 67
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