A 5 minutes d'Avignon, faites une halte au restaurant Le Mûrier pour déguster des plats ensoleillés aux saveurs provençales. Cette institution gastronomique de l'Hôtel la Magnaneraie s'étend sur une terrasse donnant sur le jardin arboré.
Venez y savourer des spécialités de poissons et de viandes, ainsi que des desserts originaux dans une ambiance chic et décontractée.
Faites confiance à notre sommelier pour vous conseiller les meilleurs vins qui accompagneront au mieux vos repas.
Le chef de cuisine Laurent Cros et son équipe vous accueillent au Mûrier. Véritable chef inventif, il vous propose des plats originaux avec une décoration unique.
|Horaires d'ouvertures||Tous les jours le midi et le soir
Fermé le samedi midi
Fermé le mercredi midi et le dimanche (midi et soir) de la mi-octobre jusqu’à la fin avril
Menu "Midis Najeti" à 19€
Menu à partir de 26€ le midi
Menu à partir de 36€ le soir
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This was our 3rd stay at your hotel and could well be the last.The hotel delivered on all fronts as before and it was like visiting an old friend and we were delighted to be given our old room no 10.The restaurant however has gone downhill significantly.At dinner the first night the meal was uninspiring;an appetiser of bread toasts with assorted spreads was just dumped on the table without explanation; starter of melon balls in beaumes de venise(hardly original)followed by a fish course that was devoid of seasoning and served with bland creamed polenta(how cheap);the cheese trolley has gone and we were presented with 3 meagre portions of cheese with no explanation of what kind.This was just a starter of worse to come as dinner on our last night which was to be the culinary highlight of our holiday was without doubt the worst restaurant experience we have ever experienced.After a wait of 80 minutes from being seated I had to ask the head waiter if we could have some food on our table and we were given an amouse bouche which was meant to be warm asparagus soup which was so lukewarm my wife refused it.My main course of rack of lamb was rejected because the quality of the lamb cutlets was shockingly poor and should never have been allowed to leave the kitchen.My wife's dessert had been so overcooked that the fruit filling had turned into a messy soup and was rejected.all in all 2 hours and 30 minutes of one disappointment after another and not what one expects having selected the most expensive dinner menu at 51E pp. In the end we decided against the coffees and champagne we were going to have to round off our last night as were so fed up with the whole experience and by the way it was obvious from chatting to adjacent tables that ours was not an isolated experience as fellow diners were complaining about how long it was taking to get food out.Maybe this was due to the fact that there was a tour party of American cyclists numbering around 24 that were seated around 7:30 which the kitchen could not obviously cope with alongside a full dinner service in the garden. I have to say that throughout the whole evening the restaurant manager was either oblivious to or chose to ignore the obvious failings in the kitchen because not once did he appear to apologise to us or others for the delays. Up until the Saturday evening my wife and I had resolved to return once again to your hotel but our experience of the restaurant over both nights but especially the Saturday has dented our confidence because although we can't fault the hotel and the staff in general we would be reluctant to dine in and previously it was the evening meal in the garden which was your piece de resistance and without that evening meal to look forward to there is less of an incentive to return.