Discover Restaurants offering the best French food in Frontignan, Occitanie, France. French Land Register data, which excludes lakes, ponds, glaciers > 1 km (0.386 sq mi or 247 acres) and river estuaries.
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4 based on 51 reviews
Jây vais trÃ¨s souvent avec ma boÃ®te et mes collÃ¨gues et on y est toujours trÃ¨s bien reÃ§u , trÃ¨s bon service , chef au top !!On y retournera encore et encore
4 based on 180 reviews
Discovered casually this restaurant during a trip job. What to say...great fresh fish, cooked and served perfectly. Lobster, brab, oysters on top!Very kindly staff.
4 based on 51 reviews
Restaurant OdyssÃ©e situÃ© en bord de plage vous proposer un petit dÃ©jeuner en terrasse Ã 100 mettre de la plage Ã partir de 09 heures, un repas du midi et du soir avec une carte Ã©laborÃ©e avec des produits frais . Dans la journÃ©e vous apprÃ©cierez de dÃ©guste
What can I say?! We have known Chris for some years as a service staff and are very proud of what he and Fred have put on their feet. A modern furnished restaurant with very delicious food! About the good service there is nothing more to say than thank you for your patience. Keep it up!
4 based on 101 reviews
Pour ma part, ce n'Ã©tait pas la premiÃ¨re fois que je vais dans ce restaurant, mais y aller en couple, c'est totalement diffÃ©rent.Le cadre du restaurant est toujours aussi sublime et magnifique.Notre table Ã©tait jolie et dÃ©corÃ©e sans chichis !!! La carte est Ã la hauteur du prix mais cela en vaut le coup !!!Je recommande ce restaurant sans regret ni soucis car vous y Ãªtes trÃ¨s bien accueillis et le personnel trÃ¨s poli et charmant.
4 based on 967 reviews
A modern restaurant on the beach. I agree with some others that the prices are higher than average in the region. Services have to improve wine was not served to taste. Plate decorations were perfect but need more attention on the wine glass, the were having some water marks and the quantity of a glass of wine rather less than a normal restaurant in France. As the wash room installed at the entrance of the restaurant people were passing with their swimming clothes often through the tables.Sine it was in the high season I would like to go once again in a off season to see the services.
4 based on 79 reviews
Our third visit to Bistro Fanny and once again nothing to complain about, service was prompt and polite, and the food typically bistro with the usual suspects on the menu including steaks, burgers, ravioli, baked camenbert, duck, steak tartare and so on. All our meals were served with a fresh salad and fries. The dishes we had were fresh,well prepared and well presented. The meals were generous leaving little room for dessert but that's not a complaint. This bistro set in a small square close to the town hall is a typical locals haunt and delivers a good and consistent product at very reasonable cost. You won't find reason to find fault here, we'd return any time.
4 based on 252 reviews
Restaurant Â· Bar Â· Plage
A busy Sunday, so there was a wait for service from time to time, but a fabulous beachside location, great salad starters and lamb, steak and Gambas mains were terrific.So glad we went. Parking a little tricky but can't wait to go back. Thank you!
4 based on 274 reviews
Went here based on TripAdvisor reviews. It was just ok. Our party were bitten by ants under our table very shortly after being seated outdoors over an any nest. Food was of reasonable quality but nothing special in any way. Hope to find better places whilst here but at a 4.5 rating it may be difficult.
4 based on 106 reviews
Rillettes de crabe sur gaspacho, une merveille !PavÃ© de veau bÃ©arnaise petits lÃ©gumes croquants, nos papilles sont en Ã©moi DÃ©cidÃ©ment Christophe nous enchante Ã chacune de nos visites Grand moment gustatif, venez une fois et comme nous vous en ferez votre table prÃ©fÃ©rÃ©e Ã Frontignan !
4 based on 981 reviews
restaurant traditionnel situÃ© sur le port de SÃ¨te avec une terrasse vue sur le canal et les bateaux de pÃªche, des produits frais et de qualitÃ©s cuisinÃ©s avec le cÅur, une majoritÃ© de poissons frais cuisinÃ©s Ã la plancha, des plats et spÃ©cialitÃ©s sÃ©toises
What we love about SÃ¨te is its unpretentiousness. It is NOT "cute". Rather, it is still an authentic, working fishing port. Thus, while all of the canalside restaurants are in the tourist trade, they haven't transformed the place into something ridiculously twee. We had put Delices de Jade on our list of possible lunch restaurants, and when our hotel recommended it, we felt even better about it. It was December 21, and it was warm enough not only to eat outside, but to do so in a T-shirt and jeans -- I would have worn shorts had I been prepared. So I have no idea what the place is like inside. The owner and the staff are really extremely friendly and welcoming. I decided to go the whole hog: A SÃ¨toise thing called a tielle, which is a kind of octopus pie. I don't know what the best version of a tielle should be like, but I think that Delices de Jade's version is probably only pretty good, though its accompanying salad was very good. I also had 6 oysters on the side which were quite good though they could have been more chilled. As a main dish I had the bourride de lotte, which was fantastic. I thought I could squeeze dessert in, but, as in all restaurants in France, the dessert portion was enormous: an excellent pear-and-chocolate clafoutis with three huge dollops of chantilly on the side. The 3-course menu was 27 euros, plus 9 for the oysters a la carte, plus 4 for a draft beer. So 40 euros total. I think that's pretty darn good. We'd try Delices de Jade again the next time we're in SÃ¨te.
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