Looking for Le Petite Cave the other day... but discovered the new Le Petite Café. What a delight! Chef/Owner Andrew has moved just up the street to Place de L' Horloge and created a charming new space in an equally old building on the corner. Now he has a terrace and a vue too, and a counter inside where you can chat him-up when he has time.It's just down from the now closed hotel. Just as inventive and creative as the cuisine at the Cave---but in a less formal ambiance with a less formal menu for lunch and diner. For lunch his take on Wraps--smoked salmon or chicken curry, and a vegetarian invention with feta and grilled vegetables. All served with homemade frites...a rare find these days-- and only 12 Euros. Salads and Tapas too... and a very exciting dinner menu typical of Andrew's culinary inventiveness as noted by Michelin and other food bibles -- and for only 25 Euros. Look forward to our return to sit under one of his pink umbrellas and enjoy the stare value. Certainly an exceptional find anywhere...but particularly in the Luberon.