Discover the best restaurant in Narbonne-Plage, France including L'Albatros, Restaurant de la Clape, La Voile Rouge, L'Auberge de la Garrigue, Cote Sud, Le Palmarium, La Brasserie Du Port Narbonne, Chez Vargas, Restaurant le Bacchus des Karantes, Le Cosy
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4 based on 269 reviews
Restaurant traditionnel au centre de Narbonne-Plage. Cuisine soignée produits frais. Spécialités: Paëlla, Travers de porc frais, poissons selon arrivage dont daurade royale entière à la plancha..Seiches persillées aïoli maison...Le foie frais du chef arômatisé à l'Armagnac..Les Moules incontournables: Marinières , poivre vert Roquefort, Curry, crème citron ciboulette.. Une formule et 2 menus à 20 et 25 € 1 menu enfant à 7.90 et bien sûr nos pizzas artisanales: pétries sur place tout siimplement..
We enjoyed 2 meals in L'Albatros (I had spare ribs and then mussels) both times very good and indeed for a very reasonable price. Service is efficient and friendly. Can sit inside and outside (weather permitting).
4.5 based on 136 reviews
In the heart of Narbonne, and Corinne Nicolas open the doors of their restaurant. From starter to dessert, they welcome you in a framework depaysant. Every evening, their chief Axel MORAND, kitchen with his culinary love can make you taste the dishes prepared with fresh produce. With sunny days a well sheltered from prying eyes and the crowd, you can enjoy a quiet patio and shade to take your small lunches or end your day then it around a good friendly table. Local wines Discount Designer you will be proposed if you wish by Nicolas who will be there to advise you.
When I come back in Narbonne my home town, this is THE restaurant where i always go. The location is just perfect: in the middle of La Clape, surrounded by pine trees, vineyards and the noise of the crickets. The foos is outstanding and the service is good. The wine is very nice.
The best is to have a table outside on the Terrace. Excellent! Especially with a good price.
4 based on 188 reviews
There's no turning back when it comes to Beaches in this part of the Languedoc. My daughter and granddaughter were happy with the public Beaches -- especially Narbonne Plage -- but once they got a taste of the "good life" at La Voile Rouge, they'll insist on going here from now on. La Voile Rouge offers lounge chairs from 10 Euros to 30 Euros depending on size and how fancy a lounge you want. The red ones like we had are 10 Euros and pretty nice.
The restaurant and bar are operated by Gilles Belzons, the retired and well-known Narbonne rugby team player and owner of Chez Bebelle in Les Halles, Narbonne. Lunch was rather pricey -- 13 Euros each for two Caesar Salads and 12 Euros for an open-face club sandwich; 38 Euros, ouch! We had dinner there in summer 2011 and thought it was very good and fairly priced.
There are events at La Voile Rouge during the summer so it's worthwhile to check the website. Evenings are lively.
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4 based on 116 reviews
A large shaded Terrace, a playground for children, grilled fish and meat over a wood fire, musical evenings in summer, spacious rooms for two to five people, all in full scrubland to three minutes of sea
4.5 based on 264 reviews
Vanessa and Franck are happy to welcome you in their restaurant "Coté Sud" where you can taste traditional cuisine from the south, in a warm atmosphere and ideally located on the Place Saint Pierre La Mer at the corner of the Rue du Rocher and Boulevard of Douane ... Come and relax for lunch or dinner, or even enjoy tapas, homemade ice cream ... on our Terrace or indoors. The framework: Saint Pierre La Mer is: Coast Amethyst recognized beautiful, unspoilt and natural, in the Massif de la Clape,
Cote Sud is serving food all afternoon now, so as St Pierre was busy on a hot July day, we ate late.
The welcome is always good and the service is efficient, particularly considering the number of covers they have. There is a three course menu at about 14€ which is very good value for money, or a big selection of a la carte dishes.
Their Picpoul de Pinet is good and we like the salads, very fresh and a nice assortment of leaves, attractively presented. And the grilled oysters are tasty. The ice creams look pretty and copious.
We'll be back.
4 based on 365 reviews
Restaurant front de mer,500m du centre de saint pierre la mer,terrasse,salle,cuisine ouverte,tranquilite,qualite et bon accueil.... Specialite a la plancha,,poissons sauvages,homard bleu vivant, legumes frais ,sauces et desserts maison, .Grand parking face au restaurant.
Le Palmarium deserves its high ranking amongst restaurants in St Pierre la Mer. Of the ones along the sea front, it's definitely the best by some margin. This is a Catalan chef who understands flavours and seasoning and likes to serve unusual vegetables.
We had a nice welcome from Laurence on a busy lunchtime. The decor inside has been redone and is cosy. Water arrived for our dog without us asking, and chilled water.
The fish of the day was huge and was for two people. The same went for the lobster, which was 36€ for two. The palourdes [clams] came in a delicious sauce with garlic, chilli and parsley. The fish soup was a good-sized portion and not too daunting and came with all the trimmings. Then we had the carrelet [plaice/flounder] with three different vegetables, crushed potato with cheese, beetroot and samphire; the flambeed prawns and the scallops, also served with a trio of vegetables. The Vermentino white wine from Gruissan went very well with it.
Dessert was a choice of ice cream from a very good manufacturer and a homemade clafouti with mango, passion fruit and vanilla.
We only marked them down this time because the first course came without bread and we had to ask for it.
4.5 based on 142 reviews
Service was friendly and the food was good. A delightful was to spend a long lunch. We had 3 courses and all were good.
4 based on 35 reviews
Une jolie terrasse de murier-platanes,beaucoup de locaux,une belle ambiance,de vrais tapas variés, pas chers du tout,un bon petit vin...une belle ambiance comme on aime sans chichis
4.5 based on 224 reviews
We ate here whilst on holiday- I say we ate- we had a starter of squid and a children's meal. We had also ordered duck and a seafood platter. We waited for an hour for our main courses and then began to question where they were. After several requests and a further half an hour, my husband cancelled them and asked for the bill. He then requested the bill again, at which point the manager arrived with our main courses. The duck was very dry and covered in a grey gloop and the platter literally look like it had been sat in the kitchen for 90 minutes. My husband told him that we didn't want them. He replied 'Just eat'. He then said 'Do you know how long it takes to prepare this platter?'. Fortunately we've had it many times before at other restaurants and so know it's nothing like an hour and a half. What followed can only be described as an argument with my husband repeatedly requesting a bill for what we had consumed. The manager refused so I ended up getting up with my 4 year old and leaving the restaurant. He then got the message and took the food away but my husband had to request the bill a further 3 times. The waitress used the word 'aggressive' to describe my husband. There were several words he could have used in response. In the end my husband just left money for what he thought we'd had. Beyond shocking.
4.5 based on 262 reviews
Really enjoyed our first visit. Place was clean, service friendly but slightly slow (however they were really busy). Tuna good, but not rare as ordered. However, the food was fresh, tasty and more imaginative than nearby restaurants. Will definitely return.
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