4.5 based on 219 reviews
Small, nice restaurant, with traditional food. Well cooked. Madame in charge really nice. But, in our visit it takes more than 2,5 hour to have dinner (we arrive at 21:30, maybe to late for France people!?!). Also the main dishes, raviolli with duck with, was cooked with no salt inside. Anyway, I guess the next visit there will be a 5 points restaurant. I found the price was good for the France level
4 based on 260 reviews
We have stayed at the hotel next door a couple of times for business and once for a holiday and have a always enjoyed eating in the restaurant - especially the fois gras ravioli which is a must. They say you cannot repeat a good meal and every time we have been back there we haven't been disappointed, until this time... The owner recognised us which was nice as did one of the waitresses. Unfortunately the restaurant (we were in the conservatory area - not actually inside) felt cold unlike previous occasions. We had to pour our own wine because there was nobody to pour it for us despite all the waitresses standing near us talking - lack of observation! The food was fantastic as always and the chef came out to see us and even brought an extra helping of my husbands risotto main course. Still a great place to eat but the service has sadly gone downhill :(
4.5 based on 284 reviews
4.5 based on 204 reviews
When you enter the restaurant you might get surprised that there are only 4 tables in there. My girlfriend and I ordered only starter and main dish (€22) and must say food was very good. I had for starter a risotto with gorgonzola and girlfriend a cooked artichoke with some other vegetable; on top of that vegetable was some piece of meat which she didn’t like. For main dish we ordered beef steak which was really good.
Plus: great food
Minus: when we arrived only chef was in the restaurant and when we tried to order food he didn’t understand English however he was trying to do his best; at the end relatively expensive (2x starters, 2x main disk, 2 glasses of wine, water) – we paid €68
4.5 based on 185 reviews
We went there for lunch last week and were nicely surprised. The restaurant is orned by paintings made by regionals and is well fitted in an ancient, vast place. The waitresses were professional and attentive. The food was good and nicely presented on the plates. We chose the Lunch formula around €16 and recomment the deal!
4.5 based on 234 reviews
4.5 based on 88 reviews
We visited this restaurant after hacing read positive comment on trip advisor. The restaurant is a restaurant where student are teached cooking and serving meals under supervision of their tutor. The student who served us was obviously new and not experienced. However taken this into account she was very friendly and the tutor kept on veryfying that everything was ok for us. The food was delcious. We both took the meal of 19.80 euro which included starter, main dish and dessert which was very very tasty and well cooked. Its a suprise for us that this restaurant is currently only ranked at place 14. Price quality you will not find any better in the region.
4.5 based on 119 reviews
"Au Palais des Cafes" is a charming tea room located next to the 'Saint Sauveur' Church. The drink is at the center of the tasting: Hot, with over eighteen kinds of coffees and fifty types of tea (Ceylon, India, China, Formosa, jasmine, no caffeine flavored, smoked), with many fresh juice cocktails fresh fruit. Guests can also enjoy the excellent traditional cuisine Lebanese restaurant in the room tastefully decorated in a typical spirit that offers a change of scenery just steps from home for the duration of a meal.
A quiet lunchtime in Manosque with no plan as to where to eat! Fell upon this restaurant in a small square off the Rue Grande. All the tables appeared to be filled with local French speaking clients which was a good sign! If you like lots of spicy Lebanese food for a change, definitely a great choice. I chose the Falafel plate at 15euro whilst my husband chose the Traditional Mezze plate at Euro26. A wonderful combination of dishes were presented and we enjoyed all the dips. Service was good and welcoming. Something different to savour.
4 based on 376 reviews
After getting our full of lavender fields, we were quite hungry. Stopped here and we're given menus in English. We both got lunch combos with mine being a very tasty chicken breast with mashed potatoes and my husband had a seafood tartare- that was good albeit not what he was expecting. We also both got little dessert trio plates with crepe, cafe and crime brûlée. It was perfect for us. Service was typical of what we experience in most of Europe. We sat outside as it was a gorgeous day to do so, but the inside was very nicely decorated.
4 based on 446 reviews
Come on... We're all off to the countryside! Feel like enjoying a meal in a country setting?...Surrounded by rustic antiques and little details that bring back the good old days? Welcome to La Pataterie! We offer a cosy setting, a country atmosphere, and fun things to look at everywhere. You won't believe your eyes, or your taste buds! Relaxed dining atmosphere Want to enjoy a relaxing meal with family and friends, or meet colleagues for lunch? At La Pataterie, we offer a warm welcome, and friendly service with a smile... Take a seat, relax, take the time to choose your favourite food and savour the moment ! So many ways to enjoy potatoes La Pataterie knows plenty of ways to serve the Samba, a wonderful potato variety that can be cooked any way you like. Fondues, tarts, potato bakes, salads and other tasty treats... Authentic recipes inspired by typical regional dishes are piled high in every plate.
I was visiting relatives in the area. We decided to try out the pataterie: 4 adults and 2 kids. Great service, family friendly, good kids menues, excellent food. We ended up goung back again 3 days later with an even bigger group. Same service, same excellent food. My favourite: fondue reblochon... And the trilogie de tartiflette... Really wintery cheesy dishes!
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