Find out what European restaurants to try in Sigean including La cave de Theo, Le Potager, Restaurant le XV, Le Jardin des Oliviers, Les Terrasses de la Berre, L'O a la Bouche, O Vieux Tonneau, Le Comptoir des Tontons, La Pena, Le Comptoir des Etangs
4 based on 99 reviews
We stopped here for lunch rather spontaneously after some bird watching. The reviews outside sounded good and we thought, why not? Well, there was no pizza. It was sold out - they only make a certain number. Only a "croque monsieur" sandwich is available. Okay, we're hungry, we'll take it.The 'hot' sandwich took 25 minutes to arrive - and was still frozen in the middle. People next to us had sandwiches that were quite nice and toasty and cheese was melty. They took it back, heated it some more, and it at least was not frozen in the middle any more.Red wine by the glass was good though :-)Definitely DO NOT recommend this place.
4 based on 189 reviews
Agree with earlier "Tourist Trap" comment. Despite restaurant being practically empty, staff were not attentive and we had to wait a tremendously long time for our food to arrive. Seems everything we ordered looked and tasted like it was frozen. We couldn't wait to leave. Don't eat here. If you want to have nice tapas go to Le Marine or The XV in the old town of Port la Nouvelle.
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.
4 based on 335 reviews
You have to book otherwise you may be disappointed at this busy and wonderfully located village restaurant .A good selection of fishes and meats together with daily specials,full of flavour using local produce in season . Good choice of reasonably priced wines. Good with GF too .
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 270 reviews
We (family of four) stopped in here for lunch prior to a visit to Terra Vinea, we had the three course set lunch menu and each course was well presented and very tastey. The view from the terrace is unexpected and spectacular!!! Service was good and good came quickly.This place is well worth a visit!!!
4 based on 25 reviews
TrÃ¨s Bon accueil, carte des menus bien garnie. L'assiette des burgers est copieuse, lÃ©gumes, frites, salade, poivrons, melon, pastÃ¨que. Le prix est raisonnable, 46â¬ pour 4 personnes.
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 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 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.
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