Find out what French restaurants to try in Collobrieres including La Bonne Fourchette, Hotel Des Maures, La Petite Fontaine, La Terrasse Provencale, Le Petit Collo, La Farigoulette, Chez Pa', Cote-Resto Les Olivades, Bar de la Mairie, Le Clos du Pere Louis
4 based on 78 reviews
We visited this restaurant 3 times during our holiday. This restaurant was an ideal stop off on the way back from a day on the beach as the restaurant's situation and positioning was to our liking.The owner of the restaurant is very pleasant and the service from her was top notch every time.Food was amazing; I highly recommend the pizzas, but alongside the pizzas, the main dishes on offer are also delicious; the steak and salad nicoise were both very good - home cooking at its best.The setting is very peaceful that made the atmosphere very relaxed.The restaurant seemed to be fairly popular with the locals but also attracted visitors like us.This restaurant is very reasonably priced, competitive with other restaurants in the area.On the whole, best restaurant in the area. If you want a good meal, with pleasant service, in a peaceful location - THIS IS A MUST!We will definitely be back when we return to the area.
4 based on 128 reviews
CollobriÃ¨res is a charming village in the Var, where we spent some time sightseeing, and just happened upon a very good eatery. Located just across the street in front of the Mairie, this typical bar-restaurant offers everything one looks for in such an establishment and more. Passing through the main room, one may step out onto the outdoor terrace, featuring views of the old 12th-century stone bridge and the river. We chose the plat du jour, an excellent cut of roast pork with prune coulis and a mound of delicious potatoes mashed with butter and cream. As we ate, a flock of mallards provided background music from the river below. A glass of the local rosÃ© was a splendid accompaniment to the meal. Service was prompt and attentive. The price was right for an informal lunch. Recommended without reservation.
5 based on 29 reviews
We used to visit Les Olivades before Cote-Resto took its place - and what a pleasant surprise this was.A fantastic menu with a range of top notch choices - a taste of Paris in the South of France we likened this to.The Foie Gras was delicious, the Pork dish was amazing and the Creme BrÃ»lÃ©e for dessert was the best Iâd ever had.Seriously good food, good value for what was served and the owner very welcoming and attentive.Thank you for a great evening and good luck with your new venture.
Restaurant, Snack, Billard, Bonbec, Bonne ambiance, cadre rÃ©tro, 1 soirÃ©e par mois Ã thÃ¨me absolument farfelue... Bref a tester...
Excellent little spot for evening meal. Sat out under the trees, nice and relaxed. My wife and I had a great meal, she had the poultry forestiere and I had the âburger de la mortâ. The burger was huge and tasted great, my wife really enjoyed the chicken.We are in Collobrieres on holiday from Ireland and would thoroughly recommend this restaurant for good food and very reasonably priced. And the 70âs soul music playing in the background really topped it off!
4 based on 186 reviews
We liked the look of the place so booked a table for the next evening. We needn't have bothered booking, as we were the only customers all night. That did concern me initially when we arrived, but have to say the food was excellent. Really top quality. The St. Jacques flan was delicious. The lamb main was fantastic, and the dessert faultless. We enjoyed it so much we came back again later in the week. This time there were 2 tables. Great food and service again - can't understand why it's not busier. I'd have given it 5/5 but lacking a bit of atmosphere.
5 based on 67 reviews
We had ravioli filled with ricotta and truffels as well as the lamb shoulder + fries and baguette. Everything was homemade and truly outstanding. We also had a glass of wine and half a liter of water. We paid around 35 euros for that.The food was truly amazing and we would definitely recommend the dishes we had.
4 based on 222 reviews
Collobrieres is a divine town that takes some getting to, along nerve-wracking mountain roads from the coast. But it's well worth the effort. On this occasion, we did the advertised circular walk into the hills above the village (about 3 hours). We were ready for lunch when we returned, and happened upon this lovely place in a small square set a few streets back from the river. We were offered the goat's cheese salad and some very welcome glasses of wine. â¬27.50 for two, with coffee. We found ourselves in a small part of heaven.
4 based on 521 reviews
A very good welcome by a waiter with a great sense of humour.The cooking was traditional French cuisine and absolutely delicious,though you had to like garlic
4 based on 564 reviews
Service was fantastic and good value for excellent food. Staff helped us as we cannot speak French to choose the best meal we had in France. The table next to us was a young couple from a neighbouring town who had come for a special meal. Then you know you have the right restaurant for good quality food.We stayed in the small hotel attached to the restaurant. Both the hotel and the restaurant were perfect.Thank you so much for your comment !! We're happy to have introduced you to our local specialities !
4 based on 373 reviews
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Found this very good restaurant on our first evening in Less Lavandou and ended eating here many times. The food is good and cooked to order and very good value for money. The deposit menus are exceptional and the service and staff are fantastic. We will definitely return again
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