Discover Restaurants offering the best European food in Gigondas, France including L'Oustalet, Hotel Restaurant Les Florets, Carre Gourmand, Nez! Bar a Vin, A l'Ombre des Dentelles, Hotel Restaurant Montmirail, La Table de Magali, Cafe Du Cours, Cote Terrasse, Auberge St Roch
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4 based on 227 reviews
Auberge St. Roch has only 16 seats, and no outdoor patio. It's decor is very plain. But the food is SPECTACULAR. Each plate is a small masterpiece of design and color, you could be in a 3-star in Dijon! If you are in Beaumes, do not miss having a mean here. Fine wine list of great local reds, tiny menu, it all adds up to something special. We went back the next night - and it was still great the second time. Go!
4 based on 756 reviews
We came here for dinner on the night we arrived in Seguret, after going for a drive for much of the day. It was Monday, so many restaurants were closed. We arrived early, hoping to get a table before the later reservations showed up. There was nobody in the dining room, and they told us they were full, but we were free to eat outside. Normally, that would have been good, but this evening was a bit windy and cool, and there were some rain showers. They did bring some blankets to keep us warm. We watched the main dining room. A few other people showed up while we were eating, but there was no time where the place was full. I really felt that they could have agreed to seat us inside if we promised to be finished by, say 8:00 or 8:30 pm.The food was good but somewhat casual, which was fine. The wines were local, good value and tasty. It was a nice dinner overall, but marred just a bit by being stuck outside.
4 based on 353 reviews
Great for couples, solo or groups. Various set menus at 24, 30, or a la carte. Signature is the duck brochette hanging from vertical steel ring. Daube excellent. Puddings also brilliant, Service slowish (78 covers), maybe a bit understaffed, suggest get there early. 7.15. Eat outside on the narrow terrace under plane trees. Only quibble is v limited kids menu,
4 based on 175 reviews
Easy to find in Sablet just off a main roundabout. Abundant parking and a large outdoor terrace. We were here for lunch on a warm day. The menu features a fish and a meat meal du jour but most other things ala carte are available. There is an amuse bouche to start. One of us had the fish, which tasted fresh even being far in land. The accompanying vegetables were very nice. My partner ordered from the ala carte and the dish was a highlight, beignets of langoustine with some beet salad. We had glasses of a local white, which was quite OK. Desert which came with my fish meal was fine. For approximately 50 euros, it was great. Service was friendly and efficient. We will be back.Merci pour votre avis et au plaisir de vous revoir Magali et Didier
4 based on 48 reviews
Sitting in the shade of the trees on the terrace was magnificent. The daily set menu lunch is a real bargain with beautifully presented and delicious food. I can highly recommend the clafoutis which was better than my grandmother makes- which was the best...Very nice and attentive service. Worth the detour.
4 based on 34 reviews
Simply put, good quality food and drinks for a reasonable price served with attention to detail in a village with a great name.Sometimes life can be simple and good.
4 based on 210 reviews
On Friday, February 1st, the staff of Le Nez outdid themselves for their truffle evening. A six course meal with truffles or as was statedâtuber melanosporum! Six coursesâcou Farsi truffÃ©, tartare de barre Ã la truffe, brouillade dâÅufs Ã la truffe, consommÃ© de bÅuf truffÃ©, brie truffÃ©, et pomme au four truffÃ©. What an evening! Great ambiance; friendly folks.
4 based on 289 reviews
Le Carre Gourmand is a salon de the in Provence, France
We visited Carre Gourmande based on tripadvisor reviews, but sadly we were disappointed to find that reality did not match up. We both ordered chicken, which was tasty and tender, if rather ordinary, and came served with a mustard sauce. Sadly, the accompanying herby potatoes spoiled the meal, being hard and undercooked.The visit was particularly disappointing because we are always on the lookout for places to take our vegtarian son when he visits. Carre Gourmande has a menu approximately 70% vegtarian, however an inability to cook the humble potato does not inspire!
4 based on 417 reviews
Thierry and Dominique Bernard whose family is established since 1960 to FlorÃªts, town of Gigondas, invite you to visit them. A magnificent terrace, adorned with more than century-old trees of various species, first amazes you. Then you enjoy the view, the
Great food and wine!The menu is in French and English.Although it is somewhat limited, selections change often.We thoroughly enjoyed our meals from start to finish.(I thought my adult daughter and husband were going to faint with joy when they saw the wonderful cheese cart coming their way.)Madame, Thank you so much. We are so happy you enjoyed your meal.Looking forward to welcome you again.Best regards.Thierry
4 based on 629 reviews
LâOustalet is a âhouseâ that stems from a shared passion between Famille Perrin, a family of winemakers and Laurent Deconinck, a Chef. Located next to the restaurant in Gigondas. It is a mix of contemporary and authentic style at the heart of our Mediterr
I spent three nights in Gigondas, and the middle night, a Saturday, I had reserved L'Oustalet, yes, they can have a Michelin star. My sommelier mentioned the 375 ml page and I was intrigued, the '12 Villard de Poncin Condreiu was wonderful with the goat cheese/duck/++ tart and their starters. The '05 L'Arlot Vosne Romanee Les Suchets was exceptional with the roasted guinea hen, herbed excellently, and a plate of stunning goat cheeses. I had to switch to an Alsacian grappa for the molten chocolate. Friendly informed server, candid sommelier, great chef who met me as I left the restaurant and we had a conversation about wine and food. I'd go back here in a heartbeat. Excellent quality.
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