Reviews on European food in Mouries, France including La Rose des Sables, Vallon de Gayet, L'Oustaloun, Aux Ateliers Chez Franck et Flo, Le clos Saint-Roch, O Fil de l'Eau, Restaurant La Fleur de Thym, Ou Ravi Provencau, Le Bistro du Paradou, Au bistrot Marin
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4 based on 415 reviews
We've eaten here a couple of times as a couple in the evening and yesterday we went for lunch with our daughter and her two friends. Because of the weather we booked to eat inside but when we got there we didn't realise the 'Fete de la Maussane' was on and the atmosphere was great so we decided to take a chance on the weather and eat outside. We had the mussels, crab spring rolls and salade nicoise as starters followed by the St Jacques (specials menu), moules a la creme and marmite du pecheur (see photos) as a main course followed by a couple of desserts. We will be going back ;-)The service was excellent as per the previous occasions - very friendly staff.and found the food to be very good. The staff were very professional
4 based on 564 reviews
Been here few times before and always wonderful. Last nights meal inside as weather wet, as always fabulous food, atmosphere great and friendly staff. Tuesday is chicken - my friend said it was the best she had ever had. Vegetarian option looked good too. Cheese board never disappoints. Looking forward to my next visit
4 based on 253 reviews
Nine of us dined her for lunch in late May. We were seated in a lovely outdoor patio with umbrellas shielding us from the sun. Assorted plants included baby artichokes, a plate of sliced ham, and smoked salmon. Entrees included rack of lamb which needed to be ordered by two people, red mullet, and rabbit. The food was excellent as was the service. The restaurant is a short drive from Arles and well worth the effort to get there. Highly recommended.
4 based on 990 reviews
Served with grace despite a somewhat belated arrival for a late meal, I was delighted with the delicious and beautifully plated food. I began with ricotta with jambon and greens, and followed that with pork tournedos served with a balsamic / onion sauce, shredded vegetables, and potatoes. Delicious!
4 based on 168 reviews
We dinned in this restaurant and have no regrets. It is a fish restaurant hence the reason for our choice. Besides the good quality of the products we had a chance to experience oysters with echalotte vinaigrette and rye bread (that is a local tradition the waiter explained it to us). My husband had Saint Pierre and I had the fisherman's dish (assiete du pecheur). Nothing to complain about. It was plenty and delicious. Again served with a touch of local traditions. We even ordered deserts which is something we seldom do. The service is professional and effective. We will be back for the bouillabese for sure. If you think of dinning here and would like to try a bouillabese contact 48 hours before. We do recommend.
4 based on 466 reviews
Visited September 2018 for dinner. The welcome was ok, the food was good but simple and lacking a real Provencal touch. Tuna tartare, artichoke tart and beef filet. Ate better at Tata Simone the day before - much better in fact.Service was ok, but lacking provencal warmth and empathy.The chef has big poster in the courtyard, stating his qualifications. It would be nicer to have him visit the client tables after their meal.CP & CP Family
4 based on 602 reviews
We had my motherâs birthday party at Franckâs place. Fish soup was excellent and the lamb and beans too. A special birthday cake (aux 3 chocolats) was produced ex nihilo during the meal, the restaurant didnât know it was a birthday party when we arrived. We had lunch in the wine cellar which created a feel good atmosphere. Food is superb, staff very friendly and helpful, the only attention point is that staff was a bit to eager to sell that extra bottle of wine, which we did not refuse but did not really need...
4 based on 468 reviews
The service was slow, no two ways about it. On arrival many seated diners but very little food in evidence. The menu is limited and confused. Starters of foie gras included soup, ice cream and creme broullee. The broullee was more scrambled eggs than creme. Personally I would have preferred some foie gras and maybe some toasts. After an interminable wait the main course meats were good, although why veal requires curry sauce or beef bbq sauce is perhaps a sign of an insecure chef trying too hard. The veal was requested pink but served medium. Dessert was OK but no idea what it was. The waitress spilled my coffee in my lap and it took three attempts to get the bill. Overall, my lasting impression is how few customers were smiling, and how many seemed frustrated by the inattentive service.
4 based on 205 reviews
This is a place for meat. The vertical BBQ produces. Long-term staff know how to present a steak. Some of us want something between rare and well done. Between saignant et Ã point. Ask and you'll get medium rare. Staff is good. The hosts are wonderful. Start in the fireplace check-in bar and move to the restaurant bar to place your order. All will be perfect when you arrive at your table. Enjoy.
5 based on 44 reviews
This place has long story in Saint-RÃ©my-de-Provence: Movie theather during the 20th Century(1911-1978) and Cabaret 'Henry 4' in the 19th century (1860-1910) Nowadays the restaurant is big place in which you will enjoy oriental or mediterraneen food. Come
The frontage looks small, but there's a big, airy, very high-ceilinged room behind it. There are both Moroccan and Mediterranean menus. First courses we had were beautifully presented: carpaccio of scallops, foie gras with date purÃ©e and brioche. One of us had fish - John Dory - and reported that the vegetables were exceptional, including a carrot purÃ© with ginger, he ate it all and he doesn't even like veg! Tagines were good and the couscous light as a feather. We had a white Romanin, correct and easy to drink! Helpful and charming service. We'll certainly go back.
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