Simple & Authentic Cuisine at Chez Caro

Daughter of a restaurant owner, Caroline Pons-Saltiel is now head of the restaurant Chez Caro, located in the heart of the city of Arles, in the Bouches-du-Rhône department. For fans of tasty dishes, this place should not be missed...
By Justine Fiordelli

Opened in 2011 on the Place du Forum in the center of Arles, Chez Caro has a reputation second to none. And for good reason, this cozy bistro decorated entirely in wood offers its customers “tasteful cuisine” that leaves you speechless, prepared from fresh seasonal produce carefully selected at the market. A warm atmosphere reigns here, where you feel good whatever the occasion.

On the plate, the flavors are varied and delicious, and transport guests on an intense gastronomic journey! At the stove, Sebastien Saiz, formerly at La Chassagnette, gets busy giving life to authentic family recipes such as piquillo peppers stuffed with cod brandade, but which doesn’t prevent him making other more innovative creations like prawns served in a cream of asparagus soup. If the menu changes regularly depending on seasonal ingredients, it nevertheless includes the classics year round: house made foie-gras, roast lamb served with gravy and gratin potatoes, marrow bone, lamb brains, veal chop served with pan-fried silver beet... dishes not lacking spirit and vivacity, and which demand to be eaten!

Chez Caro
12 Place du Forum
13200 Arles
Tel: 04 90 97 94 38
Chez Caro
Chez Caro
Restaurant
DR, Chez Caro
Restaurant Chez Caro
Restaurant Chez Caro
A warm place
DR, Chez Caro

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