Provence's simplistic lifestyle and approach to food is one of its most captivating and salient qualities. Tony becomes enamored with its culture and cuisine, stressing fresh and superior ingredients like ...Go to Episode
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With a view of the Alpilles mountain range from the outdoor patio of Restaurant Le Provence, Anthony Bourdain and Anne Daguin feast on red-pepper gazpacho and grilled alpilles lamb with fried aubergine.
36 Boulevard Victor Hugo, 13210 St-Rémy-de-Provence
Anne Daguin and Hermann Van Beeck are creating all types of sweets at their St.-Remy shop with very minimal use of sugar. Tony and Anne meet up with Herman as he demonstrates how to make their classic almond dessert, Calisson.
7, Boulevard Victor Hugo, 13210 St-Rémy-de-Provence
Tony meets friends for a lunch of fresh fish at the local bar and restaurant, Quartier La Galine. After lunch they head to the backyard for a competitive game of petanque, a version of bocce ball. Local teams play here weekly.
Route de Cavaillon, 13210 St-Rémy-de-Provence
Bar du Marche
Tony hits the streets of St.-Remy, Provence, early one morning in search of charcuterie, cheese and fresh bread. Then, Tony spends the next few hours drinking and snacking on the Bar's sidewalk cafe tables overlooking the town square.
2 Place de la Republique, 13210 St-Rémy-de-Provence
Domaine de Val Joanis at Chateau Val Joanis
Tony is invited to lunch at the breathtaking winery Domaine de Val Joanis. After lunch on the owner's private veranda, Tony tours the vineyard and gardens of the estate.
84120 Pertuis, France
At the ancient Roman archaeological site located just outside of St.- Rémy-de-Provence, Tony and local friend Anne Daguin eat lunch at Taberna Romana where they enjoy cold cucumber soup, roasted veal and lamb, hummus and tapenade.