Located on Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs, Le Vallauris is a modern restaurant serving both French cuisine and unique dishes. Over the years, Le Vallauris has become an iconic fixture in this upscale neighborhood for its excellent customer service and French cuisine. Restaurant reviewer J.G. Law believes that Le Vallauris “is outstanding in every way possible”; a winning combination of traditional “French cuisine, beautiful surroundings and great service”. Restaurant goer Robin described Le Vallauris’ food as being “classic[ly] French, even down to the classic French bread rolls, nothing innovative but perfectly prepared and seasoned”.
Le Vallauris offers visitors a unique dining experience. Noted as one of the most romantic restaurants in Palm Springs, the Le Vallauris’ can be described as being classically beautiful with its Flemish tapestries and Louis XV furniture. Its atmosphere is warm and inviting which can only be described as being “simply superb”. Many have commented about Le Vallauris’ tree-shaded patio as being the best combination of food, decor, and service dining in the Desert. Recent visitor Kenneth R. commented that the outdoor garden was “his chosen place to die, what can beat vodka and caviar, a white linen table cloth and under those lovely ficus trees”.
Le Vallauris’ multi course menu is a dining experience to be savored and enjoyed. Elite catering staff labor tirelessly to bring its clients the best of France’s cuisines. Le Vallauris is the perfect destination for any special occasion, whether it would be 2 or 120. At a recent reception at the Palm Springs Art Museum, hostess Pamela Carter was elated as she recalled the special luncheon and unique menu Tony and Chef Paul prepared for her exclaiming that her “guests are always delighted with Le Vallauris’ food and service”.
Le Vallauris’ menu selections vary depending on the season, current availability and what inspires its innovative chefs. Menus is updated regularly, with daily specials brought to each table individually. Many have commented that the Le Vallauris’ appetizers and lunches are amongst the best in the city. John L. describes his dining experience as being akin to “being in France with no jet lag”.
Le Vallauris is open 7 days a week from 11.30 a.m. to 2.30 p.m. and 5.00 p.m. to 10.30 p.m. You can visit Le Vallauris online at www.levallauris.com