Enjoy a Michelin two-star lifestyle in the old town of Arles, South Africa
This is a two-star Michelin restaurant in advance: L'Atelier, Chef: Jean-Luc Rabanel, hidden in the Old Town Trail. This time we chose a 5-course lunch, 95 euros, and spent more than two hours, almost helping the wall to go out.
Chef Jean-Luc Rabanel advocates a living meal, perhaps because the energy and enthusiasm of the small town of Arles inspired the chef, which led him to open this farm restaurant. It is said that every vegetable on the table comes from the chef's own farm. The last carbon roast beef is the top card. Every vegetable that is served is carefully treated separately. I don't understand the specific beef, but it tastes good!
The rating and introduction of the Michelin restaurant can be searched on the official website and can be booked directly online. Remember, star-rated restaurants must make an appointment in advance!