Find out what Wine Bar restaurants to try in Villeneuve-les-Maguelone including L' Effet Jardin Restaurant, Fourchette et Tire-Bouchon, Papagros
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4 based on 491 reviews
L'effet Jardin , restaurant atypique , noyÃ© dans la vÃ©gÃ©tation, l'Ã©tablissement vous offre un climat de vacances, plutÃ´t Zen! La carte Ã base de produits frais sÃ©lectionnÃ©s de la rÃ©gion, une cuisine mÃ©diterranÃ©enne et une carte des vins variÃ©s! Profitez d
I've been to this improbable (due to its location) restaurant several times, but usually for lunch. The terrasse is lovely and the food and service have always been good, at a reasonable price. Last night my husband and I sat outside for dinner and each had the 29â¬ three-course menu. We were very happy with our starters, a tomato tartare with basil and a chÃ¨vre sorbet for me and gorgeous mussels in a persillade for monsieur. We both ordered the seiches Ã la plancha for the main course, and when we asked how they were served (in large, tender steaks), they were more than happy to have the chef slice them into strips as we prefer. The seiches and the side dishes were very good. The only disappointment for me was the profiterolles for dessert (the choux pastry was not fresh), but my date like the lemon mousse over crumble that he'd ordered. The waiter had selected a dry white wine for us, which was perfect (forgot the name, sorry).
4 based on 198 reviews
Despite having little knowledge of the French language and a vegetarian for company the host was very welcoming and provided an enjoyable meal for both meat eaters and vegetarians.It may be located in a warehouse but don't let the exterior put you off. The interior was very well presented and included original art on the walls.It suited us as we were staying at the nearby Campanile hotel and we didn't want the standard fare on offer.Take the tram into Montpellier from the nearby tramstop. Excellent value at E2.5 for a return ticket.
4 based on 155 reviews
This is a terrific restaurant in old town Montpellier in an extremely narrow alleyway. The waiter was extremely helpful. We had the Charcuteries de Pyrenee, Falafel and Mi-Cuit de Thun. The tuna was incredible...just barely cooke on the outside, and raw on the inside with an incredible, indescribable sauce. We had a bottle of Langedoc Chardonnay made from varietal Vigonier grapes which was great. After dinner we had Chocolate Mousse, Vanilla and Chocolate ice cream and two espressos. The total came to 54 Euros which was well worth it.
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