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4 based on 464 reviews
The restaurant is perched on a cliff with stunning views - it is easy to find and there is plenty of parking right out front. A modern building with floor to ceiling windows makes the most of the coast, and every diner has a superb view.We had the 34â¬ lunch menu (there were also options at 55â¬ and more), and this was excellent value for such sophisticated, pretty cuisine. Everything is refined and full of flavour, and service is in the michelin star category (as is the cooking).The wine list is substantial with a lot of interesting wines, and plenty to choose from between 30-40â¬ a bottle.Special mention for dessert - such an intricate and perfectly flavoured dessert in a basic lunch menu was a fabulous surprise at the endow the meal. Strawberry 'opera' didn't sound that exciting to me, but in fact it was amazingly presented and totally delicious.
4 based on 282 reviews
Simple, good food right on the banks of the 'Canal du midi', with menus @ 22 / 30â¬ and with places to park quite close to the restaurant
4 based on 163 reviews
Our car was broken down nearby and the garage recommended this restaurant. Oh joy we had the most incredible meal, a good value no choice lunch of ; soup, duck and desert. All cooked perfectly with great service. We felt able to continue totally refreshed. Thank you!
4 based on 350 reviews
Shared a traditional mixed paella.Prawns,squid,chorizo sausage etc.Served lovely and hot in the pan.A lovely white sangria.The restaurant has a very varied menu,including tapas,and ala carte.There is a garden restaurant for warm weather,and an enclosed section part.The theme of the restaurant is traditional Spanish bullfighters.The lighting in the garden terrace restaurant really adds to the ambiance,which is a constant changing colours,theme.Quite an exciting place to visit,and look forward to sampling more of the extensive menu.Booking is essential.My wife and I visited on Good Friday 14 04 2017.The restaurant was full.
4 based on 385 reviews
Everything about Le Potager works well. The decor is well coordinated whilst feeling relaxed, the eating spaces are busy but not cramped (choose the rear garden under a huge fig tree if possible), the staff are friendly and very helpful and, most importantly, the food is excellent. The menu is not huge, thank goodness, and the choices of grilled meats and fish and vegetables are wonderful. The homegrown tomato menu is also worth a try for starters, as is the pigs trotter terrine. From starter to pudding, everything was beautifully flavoured and fresh, and the Le Potager Syrah and Chardonnay were a great match and very reasonable. We paid â¬208 for 5 people, aperitifs, starters, mains, puddings and 2 bottles of wine, great value for this quality. And the best bit is the overall experience, relaxed, unpretentious and well fed!
4 based on 326 reviews
Very nice place with a beautiful sunset view on the bay and good food. Nice menu with seafood, including squid cooked in all different ways. Polite staff and good service. Nothing very exceptional but decent.
4 based on 233 reviews
A small, modern restaurant, pleasantly decorated.We received a warm welcome and were happy to take the daily midday menu.A good, honest meal - a nice salad with serrano ham, followed by a really tasty duck leg and a tarte aux pommes for dessert. Ameal for two, with a demi of red wine and coffee for under 35 euros? Who could possibly complain. We had more than sufficient, served quickly and without fuss. I would happily return and try something more adventurous next time.
4 based on 504 reviews
A dedicated usability of a drink on the terrace or inside, accompanied by friends place, couple, while reveling in a few tapas dishes prepared by our chef, fresh fish, a variety of appetizers, salads and delicious desserts. Mind rather festive, musical, a
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4 based on 279 reviews
Be sure to book, as this place clearly knows its limits and does not cram in too many people. They have space to add more tables, but do not compromise their friendly and relaxed service by being too busy. The menu has a good choice of local classics and there are a number of set priced deals which give good value. I had a starter of mixed St Jaques/Moules which was very large, followed by a thick entrecÃ´te, both of which were delicious. All our party of 6 felt that they had been very well fed, and all enjoyed the atmosphere, eclectic decoration and happy interaction with Madame. Price for 6 with wine and aperitifs was 200 euros.
4 based on 138 reviews
Le Comptoir was recomended to us by the camping recepcionist close to this restaurant and indeed worths a visit. The food was great, the service quick and friendly, nice decor and general atmosphere quite positive. At the end, prices weren't too high and we left quite happy and pleased. If in the surroundings again, this is a place to return and we recomend a visit without any doubt.
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