Find out what Pizza restaurants to try in Le Grau d'Agde including Le Don Camillo, La Cabane du Mail, Pizz'Agathoise, Chez Nine, Le Pourquoi Pas ?, Pizzeria DI LEONELLI, Cote Soleil, Miseno Snack, Le Borsalino, L'Ilot du cap'A
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4 based on 93 reviews
L'ilot du cap'A vous accueille d'avril Ã septrembre. Nous vous proposons des pizzas, galettes bretonnes, salades Ã composer, sandwichs Ã emporter ou sur place. Nous utilisons principalement des produits frais et faisons appel prioritairement Ã des fournis
Tiny family-run restaurant in the marina, comparing the size of the kitchen to the seating area it is clear they cater more for take-away for the residents of the surrounding holiday apartments than eat-in. They do have a few small tables though, the menu is simple but food very tasty with generous portions, and some excellent local wine to wash it down with. Definitely highly recommended if looking for a quick cheap eat rather than a more sophisticated dinner.
4 based on 117 reviews
I was back in Le Cap dâAgde for Easter and I was delighted to return here twice! We got a lovely welcome/ the staff are so cheerful and welcoming. I had my usual lasagne both times and my husband had cuttlefish one night and then tagliatelle shrimp curry which he said was gorgeous. This is such a wonderful little restaurant and I look forward to returning in the summer! On vous remercie grandement.
4 based on 19 reviews
Pizzas were top notch and very reasonable. We shared one with some chips and this want a problem for them. We returned twice, once lunch and once dinner. Drinks were reasonably priced and the staff were so friendly. Would definitely return. Many thanks
4 based on 19 reviews
We visited last year and decided to try it again this year. The staff are friendly and efficient, the food is very good and the prices reasonable. Whatâs not to like. Great for a snack or lunch.
5 based on 62 reviews
De passage en week-end Ã Cap dâAgde jâai suivi les autres commentaires sur cette Ã©tablissement :Mon expÃ©rience Rapide bonne pizzas et efficaceTrÃ¨s bon accueil des patrons
4 based on 326 reviews
Located directly at the old harbour (Vieux Port) of Cap d'Agde, this restaurant offers a variety of dishes - ranging from a Pizza for the hungry boat captain to nicely grilled meats and seafood. While no really a gourmet restaurant, Le Pourqoui Pas has a standard better than most other tourist places in the area at very moderate prices. Particular, the cleanliness of all the premises appallled to us. Highly recommendable.
4 based on 34 reviews
This is more bar/cafe than restaurant but does some restaurant meals, it is right on the market square and frankly may not look the most inviting in town. This is what we thought but it looked clean so gave it a try we were so glad we did, the staff were incredibly patient with my fractured French and very pleasant. We returned twice more for lunch during our stay and each time were treated well and enjoyed good food in a pleasant little cafe. No this is not a smart restaurant, but of its type I would recommend it, particularly at lunch time when you can sit and watch the Brussels of the tail end of the morning daily market
4 based on 113 reviews
VoilÃ 3 fois depuis dÃ©but aoÃ»t que nous y allons et nous nous rÃ©galons. Pas d attente et en plus le prix est trÃ¨s trÃ¨s raisonnable. Je recommande
4 based on 448 reviews
the restaurant closes its doors on 03/11/2019 and will cover early March We wish you a happy new year and hope to see you again in 2020 Staff cabane du mail
We visited this restaurant in the early part of the season, but it was still reasonably busy. However, the staff were extremely friendly and very helpful. Our French is pretty limited, but they put up with us and tried very hard with their English. There was no English menu, but we managed to order pizza an pasta OK. The food was very good and served quickly. Our only gripe would be the price. â¬44 for two main courses, a lemonade and half a bottle house red wine. However, the helpfulness and friendliness off the staff made it worth it.
4 based on 195 reviews
If you are one of the 70K+ people who have read one of my Trip Advisor reviews, you could reasonably wonder why I would make dinner reservations 30 minutesâ drive from our village of Paulhan where there are four pizza makers (two take outs and a van plus a restaurant) that make terrific pizzas. The answer is that a Swedish friend was playing a jazz gig with a torchy vocalist and a gifted keyboardist at Don Camilloâs AND the Trip Advisor reviews that I read, while dated, were generally positive about the food AND several other friends were going to attend. Well, the jazz was very good. The acoustics were good, too. Our friends and my wife did not encourage me to write this review because they saw no positive outcome from my speaking the truth about our experience on this Friday night.One might say that ordering the âJazz Menuâ of a salad, pizza, and apple-crumble dessert for a few cents less than 15 euros is not something about which one should complain â and, usually, I never would! When the salad arrived, the crumpled seafood (probably faux crab meat) smelled badly enough that I tried one fork-full and decided an upset stomach was not going to be in my future. The pizza took forever to arrive. While we waited, our friendsâ orders arrived and the back of one of their pizzas was so badly charred that it had to be returned and, our German friends, a new one was rejectedâ¦. That meal was free and the owner apologized BUT when our pizzas came, while not totally burned, the crust was only eatable because I wanted to suppress that smelly seafood taste and potential side effects. Yes, it was that bad and, while jumping ahead, the apple crumble was nothing special and may well have been store-bought and topped with a small piece of chocolate bar. Really?As if this food was not enough to warrant a negative review, the service was underwhelming and favored local people that were known to the staff rather than those of us who had traveled to Agde to hear the jazzâ¦. One of our friends, a usually mild-mannered recently retired shrink, got so upset that she berated the waitress who explained that some people had paid in advance and were thus given favored service; but, I think it was just favoritism because we were never asked to pay a cover charge when the reservation was madeâ¦. So!hello, thank you for your commenter, its true that this Jazz evening was not orgqnised well and how i wanted to, and for this, i will not organise special events for summer season. i would like to tell you that i am not agree about the quality of the food, coz everything in my kitchen is frech and pruducts of quality. true, that this evening i had a problem with the oven pizza; so i really apologize for this. anyways you are welcome
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