Find out what Mediterranean restaurants to try in Thuir including Arbequina, Bodega Marty, Patio Catalan, Restaurant Cortie, L'Espassole, L'Hostal, D'Ici et d'Ailleurs, Comme Chez Meme, Dar Mona, L'Aramon Gourmand
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4 based on 183 reviews
The food was excellent though the desserts were average compared to the rest of the meal. The restaurant was far from being full. We waited half an hour for the apetizer and 45 minutes for the main dish. An hour and 45 minutes after our arrival we were still waiting for dessert. When we asked very politely if we had been forgotten, the answer was 'it was in the oven". It certainly was .....a few hours before lunch time. Nobody bothered to give us our coat when we left and we weren't even graced by a good-bye. We will not go back.MesdamesNous vous remercions d'avoir pris le temps de dÃ©poser votre avis.Il est dommage de ne pas avoir signalÃ© que vous Ã©tiez pressÃ©es, le service aurait Ã©tÃ© alors plus rapide.Entre votre arrivÃ©e, la prise de commande, l'entrÃ©e, le plat, le dessert, la prise de congÃ©s , il s'est Ã©coulÃ© un temps raisonnable pour un service dans notre Ã©tablissement.
4 based on 93 reviews
I am a professional Chef specialising in authentic French and Moroccan cuisine.My culinary creations have encountered much success with audiences and connoisseurs.The local press and national French TV have echoed the originality and the quality of my cui
Invited by Catalan friends who told us about a Moroccan restaurant they liked. Well, we went to a town called Le Soler near Perpignan and had one of the best, exotic,delicious and absolutely authentic Moroccan meal we ever had. Having lived in Antwerp and Brussels many years and two weeks in Marrakesh last year, we were looking forward to an interesting meal. We were not disappointed. Mona and her husband work as a team and put out a remarkable display of culinary talent and taste. Not only is the food delicious, it's also beautiful.Drink the "Gris", a greyish white/rose wine that's the perfect complement with either the Coucous lamb or the chicken Tadjine Simone had. The desserts are really, really very good. Try it, you'll like it
4 based on 42 reviews
Comme chez MÃ©mÃ© vous propose de nombreux produits locaux ainsi que des vins de producteur indÃ©pendant et biÃ¨res artisanales catalanes ainsi que des plats issu de la culture catalane sur une terrasse ombragÃ©e.
My wife and I recently visited Barcelona, Andorra, and Perpignan, France. While in Perpignan the tourist office recommended the Medieval Village Castelnou. And it was a great recommendation....The old fortress is well maintained and features numerous arts and crafts vendors, boutique shops, restaurants and the Comme Chez Meme Tavern....Since it was a warm day we stopped inside and decided to have a local cold beer to cool off with.Inside the tavern is small and very quaint...A really inviting place for a drink or meal. We decided to sit outback on their patio terrace with a great view. Our server was very pleasant and she bought us our drinks with a smile....The Comme Chez Meme, which translates to "Like at Home" really sums up this little tavern in Castelnou.....
4 based on 192 reviews
While visiting the Languedoc-Rousillon region of southern France, we happened upon this wonderful restaurant. The museum of art we planned to visit was not open so we ambled along winding roads in the foothills of the Pyrenees and followed signs to Castelnou, an 11th century town that is designated one of the "Most Beautiful Villages in France."We stepped into the first restaurant we passed and were immediately charmed by the 2-story interior space and the friendliness of the proprietors. We were seated upstairs in a small cozy dining room near the hearth. Our meals were simple but excellent - a hearty salad for my husband and an omelet and salad for me. The meal was accompanied by crusty French bread and a bottle of crisp and delicious local white wine recommended by the hostess.This was one of those unplanned experiences that we will always have fond memories of and we look forward to a return trip.
4 based on 468 reviews
Fantastically located restaurant in the picture postcard village of Castelnou, in the shadows of the chateau and overlooking the valley.Lunch here on sunny (but windy!) afternoon.The food was modest, not exceptional in any way. Service was fine. Prices reasonable.Would recommend for the location alone.
4 based on 105 reviews
We went there 2 weeks ago on our way to Spain.It was a Sunday night and was the only restaurant open in the town.We found it easily,being on the edge of town.We both had steaks,which were cooked to perfection.We were given complementary home made soup,bread and water.The Creme BrÃ»lÃ©e dessert was also homemade and absolutely exquisite.The waiter was extremely helpful and attentive,ensuring that everything was to our satisfaction.The only downside is that there were only 2 other customers in there,making the ambience a little flat.
4 based on 204 reviews
...is having Sunday lunch at Cortie , after mass [messe] at the nearby church. Meals on other days are also good.After living here for a year and done the restaurant rounds for quality, quantity and cost I find Cortie to be the best.A pensioner must consider all three points.Reception to all, I've noticed, is always a welcoming smile.The Proprietor, Francois, speaks excellent English. Food is well presented and cooked to order.The hors-d'oeuvre is a self service affair; good selection of tasty morsels. If feeling like a piggy you can have another helping. What's the rush. Enjoy.For a particular main course the perpetrator of the '' Horrible!'' review, I've just read, moves me to comment on the Chicken a la Catalane. The sauce is thick, dark and rich with a mix of veg that can't be found in tin.To put the record straight , ref the ''Horrible'' person's poor sense of awareness [ or deliberate lies ] of what surrounds him/her.... The tiny room [reduit ] does not exist , nor does the existence of waste bins and cartons. Yes there is a room alongside the terrace, which contains a long table, etc. for staff refreshment use only, outside business hours. The ''Horrible'' idiot must have, in error, turned into the local decheterie and instead of 'Cortie' read 'Loti' [as in 'mal loti', meaning badly off which I would translate as 'on the nose']. Enough said.From a Welshman who loves his French food.
4 based on 201 reviews
Lovely place, has a (perhaps too-) wide menu, not surprising knowing the chef is from the Perigord & has settled in P.O. Good "gourmet menus" featuring different French cuisine styles & all very well done. Friendly, helpful front-of-house keep things ticking along nicely. Definitely worth a visit if you are in the area
4 based on 252 reviews
If you are in or anywhere near Thuir then you should seek out this great little restaurant.Firstly the welcome is very friendly and creates a very warm atmosphere.The menu is small and reflects the policy of freshly prepared simple dishes.This is my second visit and if anything was better than the first. On both occasions we ate outside which is a very pleasant experience.Inside is quite small and has a very intimate atmosphere.The food is tasty and the service friendly and prompt.In summary a great little restaurant
4 based on 347 reviews
We lunched with a French friend and were all very happy with our meal and the service. We stuck to the fixed menu which offers limited choice but good value, and a moderately priced bottle of white. The quality of preparation and flavours of the dishes were excellent. The food here is a little bit out of the ordinary, and also good value. We have no hesitation in recommending this restaurant.
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